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Tekla Paradowska (nee Dobrowsolska)
Tekla Paradowska in her 90's (in the 1990s) in Ruja, Silesia. Tekla was married to my father's uncle - Stanisław Paradowski and they lived in Bonówka, gmina Uhorsk, powiat Krzemieniec, Wołyn with daughter Helena born in 1934. Staszek fought in the Sept 1939 campaign and then enlisted in "Berling's Army". In 1943 Tekla and her daughter Helena fled their home in the middle of the night from maurading UPA bandits trying to murder them. They were saved by a Ukrainian neighbour, who was a friend of Tekla's. In 1946 the family were "repatriated" from Krzemieniec to Legnića in Western Poland. They both lived into their 90's. My father visited them in Poland in the 1990's, having not seen them since before the war.
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Ruja, Silesia
Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Tekla (Dobrowsolska) Paradowska 147539
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Mass grave of UPA victims – Niemilja, Wołyń
Walentyna's father Felicjan Misiewicz and 2 sisters, Maria & Zofia, are buried there. The massacre was carried out on 25 May 1943 and the whole village was burnt to the ground.
Source: Barbara Ryszkowska
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Niemilja, Wołyń
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Walentyna (Misiewicz) Ryszkowska 146817
Maria Misiewicz 146440
Zofia Misiewicz 146441
Felicjan Misiewicz 146233
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Photo 209 from the book – Zarczynski grave
Photo 209 from the book – Zarczynski grave
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
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Photo 209 from the book – Zarczynski grave
Photo 209 from the book – Zarczynski grave
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
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Photo 69 from the book – Edward Brzezowski’s family
Photo 69 from the book – Edward Brzezowski’s family
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
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Photo 69 from the book – Edward Brzezowski’s family
Photo 69 from the book – Edward Brzezowski’s family
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
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Wolyn massacres book cover
Wolyn massacres book cover
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Wolyn massacres book cover
Wolyn massacres book cover
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Cousin Kazimierz Burzynski
Cousin Kazimierz Burzynski
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Woyln massacre book cover
Woyln massacre book cover
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Woyln massacre book cover
Woyln massacre book cover
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Woyln massacre book – information
Woyln massacre book – information
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Woyln massacre book – information
Woyln massacre book – information
Source: Wladek Zarczynski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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