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A Forgotten Odyssey

A Forgotten Odyssey - The Untold Story of Poles Deported to Siberia in 1940

These Polish citizens were among the 2 million Poles deported in the 1940s and sent to Siberian slave labor. Courtesy: Kresy-Siberia Foundation.  #stalin #poland #history #worldwar2

One Polish family among 1 million Poles deported to Siberia. What are the ripple effects that remain? Grace Revealed: A M.

Deportation trains taking Polish citizens to Siberia.  Source: Sikorski Polish Club, Scotland.   http://kresy-siberia.org/people-of-the-polish-second-corps/all-people/bator-edward/deportation/

In the course of the operation that began on 25 March over people – nearly of the 1945 Estonian population – were seized in a few days and dispatched to remote areas of Siberia.

The Polish Diaspora: Iran stood as a beacon of freedom and hope for almost a million Polish citizens.

The Polish Diaspora: Iran stood as a beacon of freedom and hope for almost a million Polish citizens.

Exile and Identity: Polish Women in the Soviet Union duri...

Exile and Identity: Polish Women in the Soviet Union duri.

The Russians at the door. Feb. 10, 1940 (Photo: courtesy Kresy-Siberia Foundation.)

The Russians at the door.

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A Polish woman decorating her tent’s yard with the Polish eagle at a refugee camp operated by the Red Cross, in Tehran, Iran.

Poles who survived Siberian death camps

Poles who survived Siberian death camps

Institute of National Remembrance - Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation - About the IPN -  Institute of National Remembrance

Institute of National Remembrance – Commission for the Prosecution of Crimes against the Polish Nation - About the IPN -

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