This article, original in Russian language, but awkwardly translated in English, makes for interesting if not laborious read, with much information. AndrzejJan 8 1 of 1View Source
This article, original in Russian language, but awkwardly translated in English, makes for interesting if not laborious read, with much information.
Poland, "the nation - the enemy"
SOVIET Repression of POLES
Quote from translated version - According to reports by the NKVD on 10 July 1938, the number of prisoners lo Polish origin was 134,519 people, about 53% of them were from Ukraine and Belarus. Between 40% and 50% of them were shot (which was about 50 000 to 67 000 victims 1), the survivors - sent to labor camps or deported to Kazakhstan. (This would be from the first (1st) wave, named THE POLISH OPERATION and THE GREAT TERROR – which ended in 1938 - the history of my mothers’ family from Zhitomirski Oblast – there is very little information from this time).
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Уцелевшие заключенные были расстреляны в период Большого террора. ... (впоследствии ГУГБ НКВД) списки поляков, работавших в тот период в советских ... Первый, на территории Украины, носивший имя Юлиана Мархлевского (одного из ... Летом 1937 года НКВД провел очередные репрессии против .