This is unique stuff. How often do you hear stories like this. Creating relationships with people in the community goes a long way.
Both Jay Moran of WNED and Joyce Kryszak of WBFO did a really nice job. Please thank them if you get the
Hello Andy, I ll try to send this to you again. I am wondering if anyone at the Polish Legacy Conf. (of Polish Survivors) is working on mapping where people
Message 2 of 2
, Oct 6, 2009
I'll try to send this to you again. I am wondering if anyone at the Polish Legacy Conf. (of Polish Survivors) is working on mapping where people were sent during their time in labor camps throughout Siberia. It would be a great help to all of us (if you remember, on this site, there have been so many questions aimed at trying to find out where friends and family members were sent - and, of course, what happened to them). No, Anne Applebaum's book did NOT have all the sites located, nor did earlier works. There have been many, many questions at the K-S site about where labor camps were located. So, do you happen to know if anyone at the Polish Legacy Conference is working on mapping labor camp sites? If so, do you have a contact with them? Thanks for your help. Linda
From: Andy Golebiowski <andywbuffalo@...> To: Siberia- Kresy <email@example.com>; Forum PolishAmerican <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Thu, October 1, 2009 8:54:03 AM Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] Local Radio features Stories of Polish Survival this morning
Our local public radio stations, WNED and WBFO are airing stories about this weekend's Polish WWII conference this morning.
WNED's (970) piece will air at 9:30 a.m.
If you miss it, you can hear the full interview at: