Henry, Do you have any family tree history of your parents? My husband, Stanislaus Korzenko was born in Naliboki in 1942 to Bolek and Maria Korzenko. - His Godmother, Stanislauwa Gryczek is also from Naliboki and has visited there. Any information you have will be greatly appreciated.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "Andy Golebiowski" <andywbuffalo@...> wrote:
> Recently brought to my attention has been a book entitled:
> "The Last Day of Naliboki
> the untold story behind the massacre"
> The book, written by Mieczyslaw Klimowicz (in English), can be purchased at:
> The Last Day of Naliboki description:
> Author Mieczyslaw Klimowicz writes about the Naliboki, Poland, of his childhood before
> and during World War II. Historically, Naliboki was a nurturing and beautiful place to live.
> The land and wilderness had abundant natural resources along with a thriving town and
> farming community. Then Naliboki became entwined between Hitler's Germany and the
> Soviet Union, and the townspeople watched helplessly as their homeland was destroyed.
> Klimowicz's free-flowing writing style is packed with compelling reflections and vivid
> details that allow the reader to live within the landscapes, experiences and emotions he
> Availability: Usually ships within 1 business day
> Author: Mieczyslaw Klimowicz
> Publisher: American Literary Press
> Size: 8.5 x 11 inches, 264 pages
> Format: Perfect Bound Trade Paperback
> -Biographies and Memoirs
> -Military and War
> ABID: 9781934696262
> ISBN13: 9781934696262
> 94 copies available.
> AuthorsBookshop price: $29.95
> We pay this author $9.48 more per book
> sold than Amazon would.
> Henry Korzenko:
> I requested this title from my local libray. I am very anxtious to read this book, being that
> both my parents Jadwiga [ family name lojko ] & Waclaw Korzenko both were from
> Naliboki. Thy were proud to come from this town & of their Polish culture. I hope I have
> the opportunity to visit Naliboki one day. I know that it is now in Belarus & I am sure not
> the same place it once was. I thank the author for making this story possiable. I did see
> the movie Defiance, only slight mention is made of Naliboki. I hope one day a movie will
> be made that tells the whole story.
> Andy Golebiowski
> Buffalo, NY