I had contacted the web site you refer to and unfortunately the reply that I
received was that there were no records at all for any of my relatives -
they explained that their archives were far from complete. With this in
mind I wonder if you would mind scanning your information to the Kresy Web
site and allowing those of us who do not have access to such accounts of our
relatives to share the details with you. I would greatly appreciate this,
but will understand if you feel that it is too personal to share.
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> When people were arriving in Iran, it seems that the Polish people in
> asked/required everyone to write, date and sign an affidavit and account
> what happened to them during their trip to Siberia. I recently received
> AMAZING documents from the following University archives:
> These people sent me 8 page affidavit by one uncle, 1 page affidavit by
> another and 2 pages of Polish army document, 2 pages of Russian official
> release papers. The 8 page was an extremely amazing detail account of my
> uncles tragic journey, train routes, stops, cities, food rations, etc...
> These are all 1940-1943 documents!!!!
> Maybe others will be able to find info about their loved ones from this
> Hoover.Stanford University also.