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Lidia's Father

Posted by alexandraeverist on July 18, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Lidia’s father

Lidia’s father was born Kazimierz waluk on march 3, 1918 in Poland. It appeared he was working in a Russian labor camp, possibly in Siberia in 1939-41. He had been in charge of the workers. At one point, he decided to send younger workers rather than older workers on a specific detail. The end resukt was that the younger workers denounced him to the soviet authorities. He was deported to Kolyma in November/December of 1941. He was placed in camp 326 or 336 until December 1942. When he was released anders army had left and he joined the soviet forces. After the war he worked for the soviet government in Moscow. If anyone knows of this camp in Kolyma, please let me know.

 

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