I wonder if the "Polish theatre company which was attached to the Second Polish Corps" was the one shown in a postcard featured in my album at
The postcard is inscribed, as far as I can make out, "Na pami�tk� od Zespo�u Teatru Polowego". None of the 14 signatures on it seem to match the names given in this story, but if any forum members have more information then I, for one, would be very interested.
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
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From: Andy Golebiowski <andywbuffalo@...
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2008 11:41:27 PM
Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] London Sends Memorabilia to Warsaw
Found on PolskieRadio' s Website at:
adio.pl/thenews/ culture/? id=91596
"From London to Warsaw with love
Created: 17.09.2008 11:39 A unique collection of documents and
archives connected with theatre, radio, film and cabaret artists of
the emigre Polish community in the U.K. has been presented to the
Warsaw-based Theatre Institute by the Association of Artists of
Polish Stages (ZASP) from London.
The collection includes posters, photographs, the texts of plays,
letters and a wide-range memorabilia documenting the activities of
Polish �migr� artistic community. Some of the archive materials
relate to the Polish theatre company which was attached to the
Second Polish Corps during World War Two.
The collection includes numerous highly interesting documents
connected with such household names as the cabaret star Zofia Terne,
the writer and playwright Marian Hemar and the actress Renata
Bogdanska (the wife of General Wladyslaw Anders). "
I hope that there are some copies or originals left in London of
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