- Hi Group, list of names of prisoners, 1,976 of whom found their way to enlist in Polish Army in USSR. The rest is self explanatory. Lista jenców KampaniiMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 20, 2012View Source
Hi Group, list of names of prisoners, 1,976 of whom found their way to enlist in Polish Army in USSR. The rest is self explanatory.
Lista jenców Kampanii Wrześniowej 1939, umieszczonych w obozie w GRIAZOWCU,
English Translated version below -
List of prisoners of the September 1939 campaign, placed in a camp in Gryazovets,
advertised from the camps in Starobielsk, Kozelsk and Ostashkov. Placed in the
persons camp in the vast majority of officers, often senior
- Become a leaven of Anders Army
The analysis of names, first names and the name of the father points to the fact of ethnic selection.
The paper edition of the list below begins with the following comments:
"A complete list of 1673 Poles and Polish citizens of other nationalities residing
Gryazovets camp in ... ". (Today, this formula is unthinkable ...)
was a typical camp officers. Can also be noted that in this camp
"Stored" Jewish civilians. The second camp was PANOJ camps and Suzdal.
In Suzdal kept a lower cadre of the State Police, Border Guard, or PAC.
These people in the amount of 1976 people found their way to the point of formation of the Polish Army in USSR.
Around three thousand people with Anders Army deserted in Palestine, giving the armed forces leaven
State of Israel.
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Arciszewski Mikołaj o. Mikołaj ur. .... Mikołaj ur. 1891. 122. Podporucznik rez. Borowski Kazimierz o. Tomasz ur. 1906 ... Chmielewski Kazimierz o. Ignacy ur.
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