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  • michelle Moffatt
    I would as well Michelle ... From: Lucyna Artymiuk To: Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, April 28, 2006 5:07 PM Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] Sikorski
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 29 7:15 AM
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      I would as well
      Michelle
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      Sent: Friday, April 28, 2006 5:07 PM
      Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] Sikorski info

      PS I would love to get that document Linder
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      Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2006 7:59 AM
      Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Sikorski info

      Today I was talking to Andrezj at Sikorski in London [what can I find
      when I visit]. He told me something I never knew!. When
      Polish/Ukrainian/others left USSR to go over Caspian Sea, all
      paperwork/doc's/release papers, were supposed to be taken off them, by
      Russian soldiers/guards, and they must NEVER speak about what has been
      happening to them on Russian soil! [or their families would suffer]
      This explains a lot. No 'release' papers available from those held
      in 'confinement'. Russian soldiers were supposed to send 'papers' to
      their superiors, but, as there were so many, most got thrown away etc.
      Russians were not happy letting those 'conscripted' to Russian Army
      get out of Russia, they were a 'labour force' and as such, useful.


      Also, I have a 9 page doc, in 'Word' that I just scanned into my m/c,
      telling what you can find in Lviv State Archives. I would like it to
      get onto AFO 'Recourse's', but don't know who does this thesedays? If
      you want it, email me at 'ladbrooke@...' and I'l pass it on
      to you.

      Linder  



    • fran wuebold
      Linder, I would also like a copy. Thank you, Fran fran_wbld@yahoo.com linderladbrooke wrote: Today I was talking to Andrezj at
      Message 2 of 6 , May 4, 2006
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        Linder,
         
        I would also like a copy.
        Thank you,
        Fran
        fran_wbld@...

        linderladbrooke <ladbrooke@...> wrote:
        Today I was talking to Andrezj at Sikorski in London [what can I find
        when I visit]. He told me something I never knew!. When
        Polish/Ukrainian/others left USSR to go over Caspian Sea, all
        paperwork/doc's/release papers, were supposed to be taken off them, by
        Russian soldiers/guards, and they must NEVER speak about what has been
        happening to them on Russian soil! [or their families would suffer]
        This explains a lot. No 'release' papers available from those held
        in 'confinement'. Russian soldiers were supposed to send 'papers' to
        their superiors, but, as there were so many, most got thrown away etc.
        Russians were not happy letting those 'conscripted' to Russian Army
        get out of Russia, they were a 'labour force' and as such, useful.


        Also, I have a 9 page doc, in 'Word' that I just scanned into my m/c,
        telling what you can find in Lviv State Archives. I would like it to
        get onto AFO 'Recourse's', but don't know who does this thesedays? If
        you want it, email me at 'ladbrooke@...' and I'l pass it on
        to you.

        Linder  





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