Please welcome Mieczyslaw Jedras. Bonus thanks to Gary Jucha for
introducing Mieczyslaw to the group.
Our group members all share an interest in the deportations and
support each other in our shared goals of RESEARCH, REMEMBRANCE and
RECOGNITION of these events. Thanks for the introduction about your family
- this let's us make connections and help each other research our histories
and areas of interest. For completeness can I just ask what your father's
name was? And are you now in the UK like Gary?
I also invite you to visit our message archives, photo and map pages - as
our brand new member Connections database - at our website
and also to visit our sister
for more information (links,
references) on the deportations.
I've received your e-mail address from my friend Gary Jucha. Thanks for
your interests in Siberia Deportation.
My late grandfather Adam Jedras and my late grandmother Franciszka and their
children were sent to Siberia in 1939.
Before the war, they moved to Suszow from Telatyn and again to a new farm in
Wolyn - Chrynow from Suszow in 1932, at that time Chrynow belong to Poland
and nowadays it in Ukraine.
At the start of the war, Adam and Franciszka together with their children
were sent to Siberia after Russia took part the land of Poland which they
claims it belong to Russia.
Adam died in Siberia shot by the Russian Army and after few years in Siberia
the boys join the Polish Army under British Command and Franciszka and girls
ended up in North Africa after moving around from different displacement
camps from different area.
Hope this fulfil your requirement and if you want know anything more please
let me know and I try my best to answer your questions
Please keep in touch