thank you very much for this message. I was on the graves of the Warsaw Uprising Polish soldiers who me and my husband knew, that's why was going to write you about this anniversary today.
The film shows how each year inhabitants of Warsaw, but in more and more cases also in other Polish cities, commemorate soldiers and civilians who fighted in Warsaw Uprising. I remember it from my early years and pass it to my children.
This is Warsaw, my city.
I hope one day will have a chance to finally research and popularize topic of Polish AK soldiers who first fought in Warsaw Uprising and after the war were repressed and sent to Soviet gulags. Maybe we could to this for next year 70th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising ?
Pls send my regards to Lita Nadel.
from Warsaw, Invicible City
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "annapacewicz" <annapacewicz@...> wrote:
> Dear group, many of the survivors that we have interviewed have links (husbands or wives) or themselves survived the Warsaw Uprising. One Polish-Jewish survivor, Lita Nadel (who is very dear to my heart) was deported to Kazakhstan (her father was killed in Katyn). She managed to escape all the way back to Poland with her mother. They fled to Warsaw, from Lwow, where they survived disguised as Polish Catholics and helped by neighbours. Lita recounted the night before the Uprising saying goodbuy to the young men whom they all knew, would most likely perish.
> This is video is very touching:
> Kind regards
> Anna Pacewicz