If you do a search of Dzambul on the Yahoo Group site you will see some references including one person whose family member was there.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "Yona Nadelman" <yona@...> wrote:
> Since i have joined the Kresy-Siberia group, i have been reading the most interesting stories about Polish people who were deported to the then "Soviet Union", first to Siberia and then, on to, mostly Kazakhstan. Many of you were children of men who joined Gen. Anders's army,and ended up in England
> My parents were deported, from Tarnopol, I do not know any details as to dates,or transports. I know that, my father,once in the camp, did not submit to all the demands made of him, both in Siberia as well as in Dzhambul.
> He was locked-up many times, in an outhouse, in Siberia for insubordination,because he told the commandant that a pregnant woman should not go to lay railroad-ties in the snow.
> As My mother told me all those white hair on her head were because of my father's many incarcerations. My father became a representative of the Polish gov. in exile in London.
> As with many of your parents, he did not speak much about the war.
> So, what I am looking for, is someone who may have been a child with parents who were in Svierdlofskaya, oblasts tugolimski rayon, in Siberia or later in Dzambul, Kazakhstan, and may have some details about my father, his name was Dr. Philip Kunstler.
> Thank you to those who have sent me some links to study.
> I would be grateful for anything anyone might add.
> warm regards