Date added: 2018-07-3 Krystyna (Kołodyńska) Downey / New Zealand

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Ukrainian washer woman welcomes invading Russian soldiers with flowers

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Author of memoirs

Krystyna Kołodyńska Downey

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  • Place of Birth: Wołyńskie / Krzemieniec
  • Place of residence in 1939: Wołyńskie / Krzemieniec
  • Deportations and repressions: Kolchoz near Siemioznoj / In the village of Siemioznoj "Siemioznoj means seven lakes" /
  • Military experience: - - 
  • Other wartime circumstances: Orphanages: Pahiatua, New Zealand

    Civilian Camp in the Middle East: Esfahan
    During Krystyna's time in Esfahan, Krystyna continued her Polish school education in classes provided by Polish educators that organised schools for Polish children who lived as refugees in Esfahan from 1942 to 1945.
  • Place of residence after 1945.: New Zealand / Pahiatua

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