Dear Mark T,
Oooh this is a good one. I like a challenge! Ok, here is my take, based purely on context, the forms we are looking at were printed by the Poles in the USSR to register new recruits... but a second scenario presents itself... conscription to the Polish Army under Soviet Command. I have nothing concrete to base this on other than it asks for military service:
2/3. Service in Polish Army
4. Service in Soviet Army
5. Service in Other Units (for example Anders/German)
This is an odd combination. There is a date on the form 1/V/44. I think this was the date of his medical exam. He seems to have been rejected "niezdolny" and removed from the roll. He was sent to the optician "Do okulisty" who writes in Russian... "astigmatism pravova glaza" so his right eye was a bit wonky and there is something medical which is beyond me with his "levova glaza" too.
The report is signed by the Voyen Vrach... the Military Doctor (also 1944) Why would a Russian Doctor be examining him in 1944? And what was he being conscripted to? My hunch is this is a Berling Army Form.
Although born in Lwow, he was living in the city before the war and It is listed as his last permanent address in the USSR. There is an address but I'm not good with old Polish cursive writing. It also gives which "Woyenkomat" (Voyenkomat=Soviet military recruiting centre) mobilized him and, again, it was Krzemieniec.
Now I know you wrote previously:
Looking for help to find sources of information for missing uncle Mieczyslaw Turkiewicz:
Officer Cadet School 4th Division - in Sumy
Conscripted to army in 1943; last news from Stadt Kremianek, Schmeidgergasse 2.
And how any of the above fits in I don't know. Why was the address written in German? I don't know what the German occupying authorities called Krzemieniec, but there is a similarity. It is Kremenez now, but that is a Germanization of the Ukrainian... it is possible that the one above was a (bad) Germanization of the Polish. just guessing here!
I hope this has given you something to think about. When I have a free moment I'll see if I can have another go with the Russian. I'll try and track down Sumy too. If you have any more details pass them on and we'll see what we can do.
Best regards, Mark Ostrowski