- Dear Richard! Yes, you re right, I find another Kozlowski, perhaps, it is the most common surname in Polska! But I express doubt, that your father was inMessage 1 of 8 , Jan 17, 2013View SourceDear Richard!
Yes, you're right, I find another Kozlowski, perhaps, it is the most common surname in Polska!
But I express doubt, that your father was in UhtiZhemLag.
The fact - I am studying KOMI camps, there were many osadniks from Nowogrudok.Manufacture:
In UhtiZhemLag - no extraction and processing of wood - there were exploration, production and refining, asphaltites, mining and processing of radium water.
In VorkutaLag - coal mining.
SevZelDorLag - railway construction Kotlas-Kozwa.
SevPechLag - railway construction Kozwa - Vorkuta.
Logging was only in UstVymLag and until August 17, 1940 - in Lochinski camp.
I posting the file where is my research.
In addition, - two photo 1940 of main stations of SevZhelDorLag - the worst of 5 "Polish" camps.
In addition, a monograph on UhtiZemLag - the best of all.
Stan from M.
From: Richard Kozlowski <r52302@...>
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Stan and Jósef:My father is not the one that you found, Stan. He was in a camp cutting down trees. I think the person born in 1918 was another Kozlowski. I am attaching a couple of documents for you, including the letter I sent to Komi (in Russian). If he was truly in Uchtizhemlag that would be a great discovery for me. Rich, USAOn Jan 17, 2013, at 6:33 AM, Józef Taran wrote:There is a lot of photos from Uchtizemlaghttp://images.yandex.ru/yandsearch?stype=image&lr=10472&noreask=1&text=%D1%83%D1%85%D1%82%D0%B8%D0%B6%D0%B5%D0%BC%D0%BB%D0%B0%D0%B3RegardsJÃ“zef, Warsaw, Poland
- Hello Stan and Rich, It is a great help the monograph about Uchtizhemlag you allowed us to learn, Stan. Thank you very much. Reading some pages (53, 60) thereMessage 2 of 8 , Jan 17, 2013View Source
Hello Stan and Rich,
It is a great help the monograph about Uchtizhemlag you allowed us to learn, Stan. Thank you very much.
Reading some pages (53, 60) there was a wood plant in this complex lager. For example on page 53 point #21 gives information that Leschoz (forest industry) had 2079 prisoners they worked in 6 places in the beginning of 1941.
So, most probably, Rich, you are on the right track. In the monograph there are much detailed info about OLP. For example most Polish prisoners worked in OLP 15, 21 and 22.
By the way: Uchta – it is the city, Izhma it is the River near Uchta and lager compound the name Ucht-izhem-lag.
Great help to study this lager is the monograph you gave us. Thank you again, Stan.
Józef, Warsaw, Poland