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1940 - 1941 - Deportations of Poles to USSR

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (5623)

List of witnesses


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Mykola Baranovskij - Sokolovskij (1928)

born on the 1st of January 1928 in Český Straklov in Volhynia born into a Russian-Polish marriage – Russian father, Polish mother grew up in a Czech village in Volhynia frequented Czech school and was member of Czech organizations (Sokol) witnessed Soviet ... arrows 


Nina Bilijenková (1929)

born 1929 in Chorov, Polish Volhynia lived in the Czech Mirohošť in Volhynia until 1966 her family was the target of repression after the Soviet occupation of Volhynia in 1939 a witness to deportation of Jews from Dubna to the place of their murder since ... arrows 


Zofia Ciesielska (1931)

born on 11 February 1931 in Drohobych (Lviv voivodship, Second Polish Republic) her father had been arrested in 1940, following which he was murdered in Kiev they were deported to Kazakhstan, where Zofia Ciesielska was forced to hard physical labor in ... arrows 


Olga Čvančarová (1927) video clip available

born 1927 in Černý Les, Volhynia Volhynian Czech sheltered a Jewish girl family owned a mill in Černý Les Ukrainian village of Krásný Sad razed to the ground re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia united agricultural co-op in Třebom husband Václav Čvančara ... arrows 


Jan Demčík (1913 - 2005)

born 1913 in the village of Voloska in the Irshava district in the Carpathian Ruthenia graduated from the commercial school in Mukachevo working for the financial guard after the break-up of the country decided to leave for the USSR in 1940 spent three years ... arrows 


Vasil Derďuk (1922) video clip available

born 6th December 1922 in Černá Tisa, Transcarpathian Ruthenia 1939, got into trouble with a Hungarian officer and fled to the USSR imprisoned in the USSR - in Novosibirsk, Kamchatka and Novaya Zemlya fought at Sokolovo, Kiev, Bela Crkva, during the ... arrows 


Helena Esterkesová (1926) video clip available

born on February 14, 1926, in Ledochovce, district of Ostrožec, Volhynia she is of Jewish origin the Soviets wanted to deport them to Siberia after the advent of the Nazis, her family was sent to the ghetto in Ostrožec she was forced to work for Kreislanwirt ... arrows 


Zofia Nastaborska (1922)

born in Lviv on 14 August 1922 the family lived in Toruń and for the three years preceding the war - in Częstochowa after the war, the family fled to Lviv Zofia Nastaborska commenced education at a nursing school on 29 June 1940 the whole family was deported ... arrows 


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