I would like very much to get in touch with somebody who either participated in the transport of Polish pilots and other personnel from Buzuluk to EnglandMessage 1 of 3 , Mar 31, 2004View SourceI would like very much to get in touch with somebody who either participated
in the transport of Polish pilots and other personnel from Buzuluk to
England through Archangielsk in the winter of 1941, or someone who is
related to a participant.
Thank you - Wanda Madeyska (nee Milan-Kamska)
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Dear sir Stefan! I was very much interested with this letter from March, 31, e-mail: email@example.com In it Buzuluk is mentioned. Whether it isMessage 1 of 3 , Mar 31, 2004View SourceDear sir Stefan! I was very much interested with this letter from March, 31, e-mail: wandamilan@...
In it Buzuluk is mentioned. Whether it is impossible to learn more in detail, what коннретно this subscriber of your group wants? I have very valuable archives on our Orenburg area and in the Buzuluk. Recently I managed to find the list of Polish children which remained in Buzuluk till 1944, and then from a children's Polish house have been evacuated home, to Poland.
Please, learn from this woman, whether there is at it what that documents on search?
Unfortunately, yesterday at me has failed to take advantage of your courtesy on a site " GALLERY, I have not understood, what order of actions: first the password, and then a login is entered?
To you I shall be grateful, sir Stefan! Really, on this site, in gallery, I could place unique archival documents from history of formation of army андерса to us in area, and also - photos.
If you knew, WHAT IMPORTANT THESE DOCUMENTS FOR THOSE PEOPLE WHICH TILL NOW CONTINUE TO SEARCH for TRACES of the RELATIVES...
With impatience and hope I shall wait from you, dear sir Stefan, explanatories concerning inquiry from March, 31.
Yours faithfully both gratitude to you and all your group
Vanda Selivanovskaja, Orenburg
From: Wanda Madeyski I would like to either get in touch with any member of the Polish Air Force in Siberia 1939 to 1941 or contactMessage 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2004View SourceFrom: "Wanda Madeyski" <wandamilan@...>
I would like to either get in touch with any member of the Polish Air
Force in Siberia 1939 to 1941 or contact those who could give me
information about Leutenant Michal Latawiec, who left Buzuluk late in
1941 for England, flew Karasie in Poland in 1939 campaign, and
Mosquitos out of England over France, and was killed on May 24, 1944.
This is very important for my work and to me personally. Thanks to
everybody who can be of help.
Serdeczne pozdrowienia - Wanda Madeyska (Kamska) (USA)