this is not him or his wife
this is not his wife
Do you recognize these soldiers?
This looks like Italy in early 1944
This was possibly taken in Italy in 1945 as the soldiers don't look very happy with outcome of the war for Poland
This looks like Italy in 1945 when the future of the Poles was uncertain
This looks like the Monte Cassino Monastery after battle in May 1944
Looks like it was taken in Italy early 1944
Looks like it could be Italy early 1944
Possibly taken in Italy in early 1944
At a guess this could have been taken in Italy in early 1944.
From the building in the background it looks like Qassasin in Egypt circa 1945.
Possibly taken in Italy, judging from the architecture, circa 1945.
I have exactly the same photograph from my mother, Irena Nuckowska (back row, furthest right, aged 17), but of course her version doesn't have her signature, and mine has Joanna's signature instead.
Fotografia przedstawia Zygmunta Kozakowskiego.
NB: The list of donors is being updated, so please bear with us for a few days :) Stefan Wisniowski
Halina married Bronislaw Szykier, who was a sapper in 5 KDP with my father, Jerzy Gradosielski
Stefan Boguslaw Mączka, Prezes 3 DSK (3rd Carpathian Rifle Division, Zarzadu Glownego Karpatczykow.
This is Michał Zaprucki
Thank you very much for posting this. My father's family were also sent to Siberia, before travelling south, going to Palestine and being demobilised in England.
Ryszard's story fills in many of the details that I wondered about from my father and aunts' accounts.
Stefan Piskorski (Dublin, Ireland).
1940 - Pressed into the army of USSR.
After the Soviets find that Jan Drewniak had relatives in the West; He was placed into the labour battalions (His uniform and weapons were taken from him, as he no longer was trusted in the Soviet Army).
Clearing mines after a battle.
I recognized this lady! Halina was a friend of my parents, a family I knew growing up in London and later had visited in California in the 70’s while I was living in Canada.
Eleonora, born 1924-12, married a Polish Soviet official who was posted to the post-war government in Warszawa
Unfortunately, the lists are virtually unreadable when the zoom is used, the letters blur. Individual lists showing family names are unprintable - so sad that such vital family information cannot be read or printed.
The girl 3rd from left is my mother Irena Harasimowicze, She was in Massindi with her sister Czeslaw and mother Fabina Harasimowicze. They lived in Stolowicze and were deported in Feb 1940 from Baranowicze with her other sister Weronica and father Boleslaw Harasimowicze.
I have Russian documents verifying their deportation and release papers.
Ryszard Zbigniew Dojs
I also believe Stanislawa Slomko was a very good friend of my mother. She resides in the USA.
Ryszard Zbigniew Dojs
Szanowny Panie Luterze
Niestety, my sie raczej zajmujemy bardzej nowoczesna historia, zwiazana z druga wojna swiatowa.
Powiedziano mi, że moja babcia urodziła się statek, kiedy jego matka pochodziła z Austrii/Polska, w wodach wokół Niemiec, 1896, przybył do Brazylii, w Rio de Janeiro.
Jej imię Josepha Pytel; ona pochodziła z polskich rodziców.
Pradziadek Józef Pytel urodził się w Austrii, 27.04.1861.
Prababcia nazywany Agnieszka Zarzycka urodziła się w Austrii, 24.01.1863; Prababcia nazywany Augusta Pitel w Brazylii.
Prawdopodobnie trzy więcej dzieci podróżujących z nich.
Francisczka Pytel urodzila sie w Austrii 21.03.1886.
Maryja Pytel urodziła się w okolo 17.03.1892.
Wadeco Pytel urodził się w około 17.01.1895.
Pochodzących z Austrii, Wielk Galicja, Okręgowego Skalat, Parafia Haluszczyncze. Czy ktoś może pomóc znaleźć rejestr statku, kiedy opuścił Polskę?
Próbowałem i nie znalazłem statek i datę wyjazdu z Austrii.
komentarz nr 1
Czy to jest Remiszewski czy Hagmajer?
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