- Helen, forgot to add, once mother was out of Soviet Territory 1942 and under Germans as farm worker, living on the farm, given the farmers dead mothersMessage 1 of 1 , Mar 29 12:54 PMView Source
Helen, forgot to add, once mother was out of Soviet Territory 1942 and under Germans as farm worker, living on the farm, given the farmers dead mothers clothes, she was one of the lucky ones, she was able to practice her Roman Catholic Religion again and continued her education in Polish language by borrowing books from Polish Schoolteacher nearby and when she left Germany for Australia 1949 was again fully Polish. You can see her photo courtesy of Anna Pacewicz in HALL OF MEMORIES under the name of Helena Sadkowski and she is wearing a bright yellow jumper, it was a cold March day in Australia 2012, yet this year we have heat wave until 28.3.13 and England did not get its’ Spring and thank you so much for your assistance.
Kind regards, Lenarda, Australia
Helen this is good, I can read Polish but not the rest and anything with a list of names, looks important, this is why I posted so much of the document, hoping someone would understand and recognise it. if they can go through you for the translation document this would be great. I only find the information and many times do not understand it, but believe me, by doing this to assist group is teaching me so much and my respect and admiration and empathy grows with each find.
My mother was the other side of the Riga Treaty Line 1921 and came out through Germany as Slave worker, lost her language, religion and family, but today for Easter she is very much Polish and had Holy Communion at home by priest visit.
I have the English translation of the list below. It is 84 pages and if anyone wants me to look up a name to-day I'll do so or I'll send the whole document as an attachment.
Polish-Russian Centre for Dialogue and Agreement
List of Polish citizens likely to appear on the so-called. Belorussian Katyn List
The list contains an incomplete list of Polish citizens who had been in 1939 or 1940
arrested or taken prisoner in the province of Bialystok,
Novgorod and Vilnius Polesie. Due to the fact that the fate of these people remain
unknown, one can assume that some of them were killed by a decision
Political Bureau of the VCP (b) of 5 March 1940 and is listed on not found yet
so. Belorussian Katyn List.
Background to the Polish-Russian Centre for Dialogue and Agreement
this list is a list of the missing Polish citizens under Soviet occupation in the years
1939 to 1941. It was commissioned by the Center CPRDiP card based on an index
repressed, and other materials that are available to employees of the institution.
The list was then forwarded to the verification of the Institute of National Remembrance and
Council for the Protection of Memory of Combat and Martyrdom.
The list includes only the basic information that might be useful for further
work on determining the fate of these people and possibly the search for a list of the Belarusian massacre.
In general these are items such as: name of the person sought, parents' names, date of
and place of birth, place of residence by war, occupation, circumstances
disappearance. These data are often incomplete, and the list may contain errors or names
persons whose fate has become known in recent years. In many cases it is impossible to
for example, to determine the circumstances of loss. In justified cases, the list includes
missing persons in the territory of the Soviet Union or in the Volyn region,
On 29 Mar 2013, at 11:18, Lenarda Szymczak <szymczak01@...> wrote:
Dear group, this does not translate to English, but once inside link, look for numbers 1 2 3 4 etc. and click on these. The pages are in alphabetical order.
Quote from inside list A – Z –
449. Kozieł Ludwik, o. Adam, m. Antonina, ur. 01.07.1904 Stanowiska, nauczyciel, aresztowany 29.06.1940 Łomża, zaginiony 1940
450. Koziełł-Poklewski Fortunat, o. Edward, m. Wilhelmina, ur. 16.08.1887 Wilno, aresztowany 26.09.1939 Stara Wilejka, więzienie Stara Wilejka, zaginiony 1939
Terebieżów, pow. Stolin, woj. poleskie, hallerczyk, por., wójt gminy Wysock, pow. Stolin, aresztowany przez NKWD 06.01.1940, więzienie Stolin, potem ...
http://be.convdocs.org/docs/index-35548.html (link to click)
Lista obywateli polskich mogących figurować na tzw białoruskiej liście katyńskiej
Lista obywateli polskich mogących figurować na tzw białoruskiej liście katyńskiej translated by google - List of Polish citizens likely to appear on the list of so-called massacre of the Belarusian