Date added: 2014-08-25 Bernarda (Karbowa) Andrejczuk / UK

/ Andrejczuk_People dying on the southbound train / PL

Bernarda describes how people would die and their bodies were left on the side of the tracks, with no proper burial. Her parents would not have survived the trip south, so she was glad that they had died at the camp instead, and they were able to properly bury them. They even placed crosses on the graves.

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Author of memoirs

Bernarda Karbowa Andrejczuk

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  • Place of Birth: Poznańskie / gmina Kościelec
  • Place of residence in 1939: Osada Dobra Wola, powiat Oniniec
  • Deportations and repressions: In transit / Unclear exactly where the camp was located / Worked on a collective farm and later in a laundry /
  • Military experience: - - Young Women Volunteers in Ain-Karem
    - - Women\'s Army Auxiliary Service
  • Other wartime circumstances: Civilian Camp in the Middle East: PahleviCivilian Camp in Africa: Lusaka Pahlevi then Teheran in Persia (Iran), then Africa for a short time (with her sister), then back to Middle East. It is unclear where her brother(s) were at this point.
  • Place of residence after 1945.: Israel

Full interview available:
Kresy – Siberia Fundation