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1945 - 1946 Resettlement of Poles in the "Regained lands"

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Before the iron curtain fall - 1946 - 1949 (1764)

List of witnesses


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Tadeusz Brzeziński (1929)

born in Lvov on 27 October 1929 in 1933 his family moved to Kołomyja (Ukrainian: Kolomyia) in May 1945, Tadeusz Brzeziński went to the “Regained Lands” in 1950, he started working as a teacher at a primary school in Herburtowo near Krzyż until his retirement ... 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 


Erika Gajová (1931)

born 8 February 1931 in Hindenburg in Silesia, now Zabrze in Poland 1945, liberated by the Soviet army, handed over to the Polish army her German father was deported to forced labour in mines in Ukraine the witness and her mother and two siblings were evicted ... arrows 


Mirosław Ilnicki (1931)

born in the village of Komorniki (Lvov voivodship, Turka county) on 15 June 1931 before the outbreak of World War II Mirosław Ilnicki completed the first form of a Polish primary school in June 1944 his family farm was burnt by the Ukrainians in May 1945, ... arrows 


RNDr. Kristina Jojková (1941)

Born in 1941 in a village of Lukové, region Sanok, in south-eastern Poland Parents of Ukraine nationality In 1946 escaped to Slovakia against increasing pressure of the Polish regime Spent a year in Eastern Slovakia with relatives In 1947 escaped to Prague ... arrows 


Michał Klemens (1926)

born in Lvov on 24 October 1926 before World War II he completed five forms of a Polish primary school, then, for a year he went to a Russian school. after the Germans’ entry, in 1942, he started working on the railway in March 1945, he went to the “Regained ... arrows 


Józefa Klijewska (1930)

born in Chortkiv (Polish: Czortków) on 19 March 1930 before the entry of Soviet troops she completed one grade of Polish primary school, in Chortkiv she survived the Soviet and German occupation together with her family in April 1945, her family decided to ... arrows 


Walter Kuřátko (1931)

born in 1931 in Bad Kudowa (in Czech: Chudoba) in German Klodzsko (Glatz) he left for Czechoslovakia in January 1946 because of a possible expulsion in Czechoslovakia he was supported as a Czech from Klodzko his family was separated by the new Czech-Polish ... arrows 


Anna Marcinkowska (1918)

born in Świerkówki near Oborniki on 12 June 1918 she went to a primary school in Ocieszynek and Wargowo, she was in the scouts she got married in 1937 during World War II she lived and worked in Poznań she moved to Krzyż in May 1945 she worked as a tailor ... arrows 


Walentyna Suryn (1915)

born in Molchadz’ (Polish: Mołczadź) (Navahrudak, Polish: Nowogródek, voivodship) on 28 July 1915 started to work as a teacher in 1936 in 1939, she was admitted to the Department of Pedagogy of the Lviv University, but she came back to Molchadz’ after the ... arrows 


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