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From Bari in Italy, Wala went to Liverpool. The beginnings were not at all easy. In the third and last part of Elżbieta Smoleńska's interview with Waleria Sawicka, memories from exile also return.
In the second part of Elzbieta Smolenska's podcast, Valeria Sawicka looks at photos and tells how she made her way from Krasnowodsk to Persia and later to Iraq, Palestine and Italy. She passed her high school exams in 1943, ran a day care centre for
Waleria Sawicka, who is more than 100 years old, lives in East London. In Elżbieta Smoleńska's podcast, she tells the story of how she and her mother were deported from Swieciany to Kazakhstan in April 1940…..
Another podcast by Krzysztof Renik. The author uses his archival footage from the early 1990s taken in Siberia, in the settlement of Naszyta, neighbouring the village of Vershyna. Both these settlements, some 100 kilometres from Irkutsk, are home to
The brothers Aleksander and Antoni Radchenko, Poles from Vilnius, in a conversation with Krzysztof Renik talk about the family story of their ancestors' deportation and their journey to Siberia in the footsteps of their exiled family members.
Another podcast by Krzysztof Renik, in which the author tells about the Polish deportees in Australia.
Peter Pogorzelski's podcast on the repatriation of Poles from Kazakhstan.
Deported in 1940 – Krzysztof Renik’s podcast about Polish Sybiraks living in Australia
Blessed priest Władysław Bukowiński, called the apostle of Kazakhstan, was born on Poland’s Eastern Borderlands. Arrested in 1940 by the Soviets, he miraculously avoided the 1941 prison massacre. Arrested again in 1945, he was sentenced to 8
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