Welcome Donna (Danuta) Nowicki
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I am constantly amazed how many children of Sybiracy have ended up in the
It is terrific to hear that your mother is active in the reunions. Perhaps
she has met group member Wladyslaw Czapski, who is also an active
I have just received a copy of Father Królikowski's book "Stolen Childhood"
about the orphans who ended up in Canada, and which has stories and photos
from Tengeru. Are you familiar with it? I would be happy to post a couple
of photos from the book on the website if you or other members are
Has your mother visited Wolyn (now in Ukraine) or just gone back to
Again, welcome aboard with the group!
From: "Nowicki, Donna" <dnowicki@...>
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 07:40:28 -0800
To: 'Stefan Wisniowski' <swisniowski@...>
Subject: RE: dnowicki@... wants to join Kresy-Siberia
My mother, Elzbieta Jablonska-Nowicki is a survivor of the Soviet
deportation to Siberia. Her family lived in Wolyn, outside of Rowno. They
followed Anders army, and she ultimately ended up at Tengeru orphanage in
Tanganyka (Tanzania) when her mother died. She has visited her old homeland
a couple of times, and is very active in attending reunions both in Europe
and North America.
Donna (Danuta) Nowicki