- Antoni, Thanks for the info,does anyone in the group know of people who were in the camp at Iglik or the other camp my father was in at Akmolinsk Richard ...Message 1 of 4 , Apr 2, 2007View SourceAntoni,
Thanks for the info,does anyone in the group know of people who were in
the camp at Iglik or the other camp my father was in at Akmolinsk
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "ANTONI KAZIMIERSKI"
> I also come from Poloneczka, powiat Stolpce and know where
> The train from Stolpce was sent to Kokchety in North Kazachstan.Today it is where the main Airport for N.Kazachstan is; a very
important place- Kokshetau.
> The camp was at Iglik and you can see the type of terrain on a sitehttp://www.maplandia.com/kazakhstan/tselinograd/iglik
- ... moved ... they ... Hi Richard, my family were also from Rubiezewicze, the Sobolewski family. I wonder if your father is familiar with the name.Message 2 of 4 , May 28, 2007View Source--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "richardwieksza"
> I spoke to my father yesterday and he told me some new info.
> He was taken from his home town Rubiezewicze to Stolpce where he was
> put on a train across the ural mountains to a place called Iglik or
> Igilik close to a place called Kokchetav.(1939 - 1940).Hewas then
> to Akmolinsk (1940 - 1941)where along with his mother and brotherthey
> worked on the buiding of the railway line from Akmolinsk toHi Richard, my family were also from Rubiezewicze, the Sobolewski
> Kartaly.They were in a single massive building,on one side were bulls
> and camels and on the other about 500 poles.
> Does anyone have any info at all about either of these camps.
> Thanks for this great site,don't let anything distract from it's true
family. I wonder if your father is familiar with the name.