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Name: Julia Oko
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Gender: Female
Date of birth: 1923-
Place of birth: Poland, Tarnopolskie, Radziechów, (near Niemilow)
Did this person die during World War ll?: No
Date of death: 1989-5-12
Place of death: Zambia, Lusaka,
Fathers given name: Jozef
Entry ID: 649740 Mothers given name: Katarzyna
Mothers maiden name: Halat
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Description: Sister Julia Oko became a missionary and stayed in Lusaka, Zambia. She belonged to the Matero Convent

Personal Situation at the outbreak of WWll

Residence at the outbreak of WWll: Poland, Tarnopolskie, Radziechów, Niemilow, Radziechow
Kresy Inhabitant Status: Military settler / Family member of military settler
Ethnicity: Polish
Religion: Roman Catholic
Education Level: Lower Secondary
Occupation at the outbreak of WWll: Student
Military status at the outbreak of WWll: Not Applicable
Military Rank at the outbreak of WWll: N/A

Deportations and Repressions

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1940 02 10 1940 03 08 Ukranian SSR Tarnopolska oblast' Kotlas, Archangielska
Description: Julia was deported to Siberia with her Mother, Katarzyna, her brothers - Jan, Frank, Stanislaw and Adolf with his family.
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Residence After 1945

Country: Zambia
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City: Lusaka
Nearest Large City: Lusaka
Description: Convent - Matero Convent

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