And I thank you for this some mad enterprise, was able to overcome ourselves and see distant village and try to understand, - I would be able to survive in such conditions? In the current state must, unfortunately, no. We are constantly gnawed mosquitoes, but we were prepared, how to dress, sprayed some kind of rubbish, fended etc. What about working with the Poles? And besides, the absence of normal eating, medication, fleas, bugs, bad clothes, winter frosts down to -45 degrees, and more.
While visiting there, frankly, wanted continue to live, and live in positive. Stop whining. And it seems that we live quite a good thing.
Those same feelings experienced Galina, from her huge hello to you. She found that her health - a huge "car", all of her illness - from head, and she is also in the mood
for a positive.
We do not know how to have the strength to get back. I ran out of power for 500 meters to car. Just sat on a tree and sat there like a dork for 10 minutes. I thought of myself better. We began in 7-00 morning (from Velsk) and stopped in 1-00 night.
And now the case. First of all, answer me two questions.
1.All the things that found in a commander hut - I took for you. I can send them to you at the end of this week. Do you want?
2. We actually found an old Polish Cemetery "on the hill", 1 km from the village (on line). I took out a little bit of land. Send you it? (I also took the land from Czurga).
Cemetery found on the serif on the thick trees (mostly aspen) and the typical bumps and hollows, where the Poles were buried. We did not open the ground, there were 3 Rangers, they confidently identified an abundance of graves.
Just give the coordinates of the middle of the cemetery by Google
along a forest road on the way (left) to Jeglec1940 from Jeglec1939:
On the other hand through the forest road was buried the next generation of deportees - Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Russian, etc. up to 1954
In the language of Communists, posiolok from 1929 (Namely, this year we found an old newspaper in the hut) "processed human material", that is, a quarter century!
Then until 1988 Jeglec used for grazing cattle and horses, there came the shepherds.
Since 1988, there reached only hunters and trackers. All barracks were taken away for firewood. But nature did not touch.
The remoteness of the person and no way for transport save Jeglec nature from destruction. Here Czurga in this sense, no luck. Came bastards, cut down (stole) forest, and remainder (including non-coniferous trees) cast on the Polish cemetery.
The old road on which you once ran to Mezovo there along the river Jeglec, but is very overgrown,
we were relatively new forest roads. Only at the very Jeglec1939 we again take on the old trail.
We dont reached Mezovo. But it is very interesting to have a meeting in Jeglec1939. Its exact position by Google
Old Jeglec stands on a hill about 30 m in height, the whole overgrown with forest. Our friend - a con Victor lived there for 14 years continuously, climbed all. He said that on Yushmanov Izba there was nothing left, where nearby is also a small cemetery, but no crosses.
On the Internet it is impossible to transfer all the photos and 3 small video.
So I will write DVD and give you at the end of this week. Look Dmitry.
From: Antoni Kazimierski <askazimierski@...>
Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 10:20 PM
Subject: [www.Kresy-Siberia.org] Jeglec, Poles