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(Polski) Mieczysław Dudaniec
(Polski) Kpt. Mieczysław Dudaniec ur.1922 r zm.1954 r. uczestnik szlaku bojowego spod Lenino do Berlina - foto z 1953 r. udostępnił Wiktor Dudaniec-syn
Source: Wiktor Dudaniec
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Country: Australia
City/Town: BALMAIN, NSW
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armia Berlinga
armia Berlinga
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Wrocław
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Country: Poland
City/Town: Sielce, riazański
Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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książeczka wojskowa
książeczka wojskowa
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Katowice
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Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Józef Szwaja 141557
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książeczka wojskowa
książeczka wojskowa
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Katowice
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Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Józef Szwaja 141557
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świadectwo wojskowe
świadectwo wojskowe
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Katowice
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Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Józef Szwaja 141557
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żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
Source: Bronisława Sługocka
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Stanisław Sługocki 465556
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żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
Source: Bronisława Sługocka
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Stanisław Sługocki 465556
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Jozef Pacewicz 1956
My uncle Jozef "Jozio" in Poland at Wawel Castle in Krakow 7th February 1956. Jozef missed the deportation of his family to Kazakhstan on 13th April 1940. He tried to join them on the wagons at Rowne station but was held back by Red Army soldiers. He fled to family in Krzemieniec and in early 1945 was drafted into the 8th Dresden Infantry Division of the Polish People's Army. He remained in Poland after the war, settling in Krosno whilst the rest of his family were exiled in the west.
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Krakow
Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Jozef Pacewicz 117781
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Jozef Pacewicz in Poland 1949
My uncle Jozef "Jozio" in Poland in 1949. Jozef missed the deportation of his family to Kazakhstan on 13th April 1940. He tried to join them on the wagons at Rowne station but was held back by Red Army soldiers. He fled to family in Krzemieniec and in early 1945 was drafted into the 8th Dresden Infantry Division of the Polish People's Army. He remained in Poland after the war, settling in Krosno. His mother and two siblings remained exiled in the west. This photograph is signed to his dear brother (my father Wladyslaw).
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Jozef Pacewicz 117781
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Jozef and Jadwiga Pacewicz 1955
My uncle Jozef "Jozio" and his wife Jadzia in Poland 1955. The photograph is signed on the back to his dear brother (my father Wladek) in Great Britain. Jozef missed the deportation of his family to Kazakhstan on 13th April 1940. He tried to join them on the wagons at Rowne station but was held back by Red Army soldiers. He fled to family in Krzemieniec and in early 1945 was drafted into the 8th Dresden Infantry Division of the Polish People's Army. He remained in Poland after the war, settling in Krosno whilst the rest of his family were exiled in the west.
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Jozef Pacewicz 117781
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Jozef Pacewicz grave in Krosno
Burial place and headstone of my uncle Jozef "Jozio" in Krosno, Poland 7/7/1922 - 4/7/1986. His wife Jadwiga Pacewicz is buried next to him. Jozef missed the deportation of his family to Kazakhstan on 13th April 1940. He tried to join them on the wagons at Rowne station but was held back by Red Army soldiers. He fled to family in Krzemieniec and in early 1945 was drafted into the 8th Dresden Infantry Division of the Polish People's Army. He remained in Poland after the war, settling in Krosno. His mother and two siblings remained exiled in the west. With thanks to Jacek for visiting his grave and placing flowers.
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Krosno
Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Jozef Pacewicz 117781
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Jozef Pacewicz grave in Krosno
Burial place and headstone of my uncle Jozef "Jozio" in Krosno, Poland 7/7/1922 - 4/7/1986. His wife Jadwiga Pacewicz is buried next to him. Jozef missed the deportation of his family to Kazakhstan on 13th April 1940. He tried to join them on the wagons at Rowne station but was held back by Red Army soldiers. He fled to family in Krzemieniec and in early 1945 was drafted into the 8th Dresden Infantry Division of the Polish People's Army. He remained in Poland after the war, settling in Krosno. His mother and two siblings remained exiled in the west. With thanks to Jacek for visiting his grave and placing flowers.
Source: Anna Pacewicz
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Krosno
Related Military Service: Conscripted into the Red Army
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Jozef Pacewicz 117781
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żołnierz armii Berlinga
żołnierz armii Berlinga
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
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Country: Poland
City/Town: Semipałatyńsk, Kazachska SRS
Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Alfons Neuman 134453
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żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
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Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Alfons Neuman 134453
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żołnierz armii Berlinga
żołnierz armii Berlinga
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
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Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Alfons Neuman 134453
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SPK Document forStefan Piszczuk
SPK Document for Stefan Piszczuk (who served in the Polish Kosciuszko Division). It is stamped "British zone of occupation in Germany" 1948. Page 2.
Source: George Piszczuk
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Germany
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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SPK Document forStefan Piszczuk
SPK Document for Stefan Piszczuk (who served in the Polish Kosciuszko Division). It is stamped "British zone of occupation in Germany" 1948
Source: George Piszczuk
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Germany
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Polish Army document for Stefan Piszczuk
Stefan Piszczuk served in the Polish Kosciuszko Division (Berling's Army). He was wounded in the Battle of Lenino, October 1943. After the War he served in the "British zone of occupation in Germany". He was demobilized in 1947.
Source: George Piszczuk
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Document for Stefan Piszczuk
Stefan Piszczuk was deported and conscripted into the Tadeusz Kosciuszko Division ("Berling's Army"). He was wounded in the Battle of Lenino 12 October 1943. He was listed as missing presumed dead (though he survived). This is a copy of the official entry from that list, found in the Polish Archives
Source: George Piszczuk
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Poland
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Berling’s Army identity card for Stefan Piszczuk
Stefan Piszczuk was deported and conscripted into the Tadeusz Kosciuszko Division ("Berling's Army"). He was selected for officer training which he did not complete due to illness. Following his recovery he was sent straight into action. His rank was the equivalent of a Lance Corporal. This is his first Russian Identity Card, Service No 778
Source: George Piszczuk
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Russia
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Stanisław Szabłowski
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żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
żołnierz Wojska Polskiego
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Stanisław Szabłowski
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żołnierz armii Berlinga
żołnierz armii Berlinga
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
Time Period: During WWII
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Stanisław Szabłowski
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żołnierz armii Berlinga
żołnierz armii Berlinga
Source: Sybirak Assoc - Łódź
Time Period: During WWII
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Stanisław Szabłowski
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Benjamin during WWII
Benjamin during WWII
Source: Marcelo Rogozinski
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Russia
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Related Military Service: Polish Kosciuszko Division (Gen. Berling)
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Benjamin Rogozinski 147858
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Wulf siblings 1947
Wulf siblings 1947
Source: Henry Sokolowski
Time Period: After WWII
Country: Poland
City/Town: Felsztyn, Lwowskie
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Aniela and Kazimerz Chruszcz
Aniela and Kazimierz on their wedding day in their Polish Uniforms. They were both conscripted into Berlinga's army in USSR and fought their way to Poland through to Berlin.
Source: Janina Goff
Time Period: Before WWII
Country: Poland
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Aniela (Szymczycha) Chruszcz 91928
Kazimerz Chruszcz 148191
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Stanisław’s Russian Documentation
Stanisław’s Russian Documentation
Source: Janusz Michalak
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Russia
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Stanisław Michalak 151029
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Russian Identity Document – Page 2
Page 2 of the Russian identity documents belonging to Stanisław Michalak
Source: Janusz Michalak
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Russia
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Stanisław Michalak 151029
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Russian Identity Document – Page 2
Page 2 of the Russian identity documents belonging to Stanisław Michalak
Source: Janusz Michalak
Time Period: During WWII
Country: Russia
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Stanisław Michalak 151029