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Displaced Persons’ (DP) camps

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The Middle East: Persia (Iran), Iraq, Palestine and Egypt

Poland in World War 2 – General

Polish Forces in World War 2

Polish exiles in Africa, India, New Zealand, Australia and Mexico

Polish History – general

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The Kresy

Archive resources

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Deportations to Siberia


Soviet labor camps & Gulags


DP camps


Katyn


The Middle East: Persia (Iran), Iraq, Palestine and Egypt

  • Short video of the
    Polish Cemetary in Tehran

    Short video of the Polish Cemetary in Tehran by Michael Kruszewski. Shows the entrance, the monument and the general appearance of the cemetery. Narrated.

  • For the Life of a Child

    History of Filipina
    Stadnicka in Tehran, a Polish survivor of the gulags

  • Tales of the Persian Corridor

    Documentary on the story of American servicemen, Soviet officers and civilians who played a crucial role in supplying the Soviet Union with badly-needed military equipment via Iran during World War II

  • Bridge to Victory in Iran

    An excerpt from “On Borrowed Wings” by Robert D. Burgener on the activities of the Allied forces in Iran during World War II


Poland in World War 2 (general)

  • Poland In Exile

    This web site is dedicated to the men and women who left Poland to fight against the Nazis and Russian Communism in the 1939 – 1945 War. Includes information on the Polish Airforce, Polish Army, Polish Resettlement, The Warsaw Rising, The Home Army, Blackpool 1940, Enigma and other stories

  • Nazi-Soviet Relations
    1939-1941
    The Avalon Project at the Yale Law School

  • Warsaw Uprising

    This site is dedicated to all those who fought for their freedom in the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 as well as all those who, as civilians, perished in the effort.

  • The Poles – Victims of the Nazi Era

    Originally
    published by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a pamphlet titled ‘POLES’. Briefly covers invasion, occupation, kidnapping of children, forced labour camps and Polish resistance. Includes a bibliography

  • The Nazi Occupation of Poland

    EyeWitness – history through the eyes of those who lived it

  • The Soviet Occupation of Poland
    A verbatim transcript of the publication “The Soviet Occupation of Poland”, Free Europe Pamphlet #3, edited by Casimir Smogorzewski. It was originally published in December 1940 and so provides a unique
    early view of the occupation, before Katyn was discovered

  • Nazi-Soviet “Non-Aggression” Treaty

    The text of the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact including the unpublished secret additional protocol relating to Poland

  • Nazi-Soviet
    “Non-Aggression” Treaty

    Another site which provides the text of the Nazi-Soviet Non-Aggression Pact including the unpublished secret additional protocol relating to Poland

  • Genocide of the Poles in the Kresy Region

    This website, in Polish and English, describes the 1943-44 murderous ethnic cleansing of the Polish population in the eastern borderlands of the Lwow, Tarnopol, Wolyn andStanislawow voivodeships by Ukrainian nationalists whilst under Nazi German occupation. Some maps and a searchable database are included

    WARNING – contains graphic images which may be highly upsetting


  • A list of printed publications describing Polish victims of WWII

    Slavic and East European Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Polish Forces in World War 2


Polish exiles in Africa, India, New Zealand and Mexico



Polish History (general)


Directories and maps


The Kresy


Archive Resources

Genealogical Resources

Associations and Groups

Organisation list


  • Polish 1st Independent Parachute Brigade – Roll of Honour


    Including many from Kresy


  • Kadeci II
    Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

    Members of Korpus Kadetów, graduates of three Polish secondary schools with additional military training


  • Miscellaneous

     


    Updated: 2017-07-03