- Farrah, I kept my Tonsils, all these years and found a gargle with Vodka and Zinc+C tablets, really helps and now it is only an irritation. Your kind thoughtsMessage 1 of 15 , Mar 31 1:16 PMView Source
Farrah, I kept my Tonsils, all these years and found a gargle with Vodka and Zinc+C tablets, really helps and now it is only an irritation. Your kind thoughts are appreciated.
I will keep looking for anything with Terebiezow and will post under that name.
Your dreams are the dreams of all of us; your pain is our pain. The world was normal before the Soviets and the War.
Keep dreaming and remembering the good, they are all in heaven watching and guiding us. Take note of the bad and tell the world so it never happens again and our loved ones lost are honoured and remembered, this is why KS exists
A very Blessed Easter to you too Lenarda!
I hope you begin to feel much better very soon.
Thanks for the letter it was really a horrendous narrative and reading it makes one wonder at the sheer savageness of the humankind.
Yesterday I looked up Google earth and found the then Polish town of Horodyszcze which is today spelt Haradzisca. Terebiezow (in www.mapywig.org) is a just above it to the right. The town of Rzeczya now Recyca where the author mentioned 27000 Jews were killed is a neighboring town and people of both Horodyszcze along with Terebiezow and Rzeczya were victims of systematic ethnic cleansing, at the hands of the Germans with the help of the Ukarenians! All means there are remote chances that anyone in those places are alive to tell the tale today! All the present day occupants in these areas would be outsiders who don't have a clue about the terrible history of these places.
Maybe the Jews were from Stolin and neighbouring Rzeczya .Stolin was the bigger city. Mother who was born in Terebiezow was babtised in Stolin ( why Stolin when it was so far from Terebiezow?) and we were able to retrieve her birth certificate from a small old church there about 8 years ago!
In todays google earth there is no sign of any place such as Terebiezow .However,
it was very exiciitng to have an aerial view of some of the roads that remain the same today, the forests and the lakes around their osada that mama could remember.
I am hopeful to someday stand on this very land and imagine for a short spell the children's laughter, the smell of babcha's wonderful cooking and feel the love they must have shared before their world fell apart.
From: Lenarda Szymczak <szymczak01@...>
Subject: [www.Kresy-Siberia.org] Terebieżów, pow. Stolin (voices from Ravensbruck in English)
Date: Saturday, 30 March, 2013, 4:28 PM
Dear Farrah, my apologies for taking so long , with Easter, mamusa needing care, shopping etc and a bad case of tonsillitis.Â I will use this as excuse, because I really have no idea where I got it from. my mouse has been sticking on copy and paste and perhaps I found this in another search.Â My trick, if I cannot remember how to spell name, with limited Polish writing and Â reading skills, Â I copy a name into google search and see what matches I get for the word or name I pasted . I also use google translate from English to whatever language, hoping all in order, copy and paste the translation and then go through one by one, using translate google function to see what information is store inside link.
Trying to retrace my steps I did find another piece of information about Terebiezow pow. Stolin, but warn that it is in English and very horrific reading. But research is like that, hurting like hellÂ and giving us empathy for our loved ones lost. Â I will keep looking for more information from Wolyn. In google search if You write name of village or person and add Wolyn, you never know what comes up, with much of it useful and you can always use the google translateÂ function, translate Â if there is one.
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Beginning on February 4, 1943, I was held at the Stolin prison as a political inmate. ... TerebieÅ¼Ã³w] were rounded up in barns, which were then doused with benzine ... In 1941, as a Russion prisoner of war in the Polish camp at Smolensk, I was ...
warmest regards and Blessed Easter
I did open the links and checked the B pages for Bogielski (my grandfather) but did not show up.
Can you very kindly tell me where you got those two lines on Terebiezow pow Stolin? How can I reach this page and translate into English?
I am not too efficient with searching I must warn you, my knowledge with internet is limited!