archival lists -other

  • South American volunteers for the Polish Army in France - 370 names: The list includes (where available) the Family Name, First Name,, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Last Residence, Military Rank/Occupation, whether the person was Killed in Action/Missing in Action, the Date of Departure, the Departure Port, the Ship sailed on. The list was compiled by the Polish Consular offices in South America.

  • Polish soldiers who travelled from Archangelsk to Glasgow - 200 names: The list includes the Family Name, Initial, and Military Rank of the Siberian deportees who travelled from Archangel to Glasgow in October 1941.  The list was sourced from a descendant of one of the soldiers on the list..

  • Executed on 13 July 1942 in Kleck, Belarus - 50 names: This list includes business owners and religious leaders who were executed and buried in a mass grave in Kleck.  The list includes the Family Name, First Name, Father's Name, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, and Other miscellaneous information.  The information was put together by the sole survivor of this execution.

  • Orphans of Zudilow Orphanage returning to Poland in 1946 - 80 names: The list includes the Family Name, First Name, Father's Name, Year of Birth, and Place of Birth.  The information was put together by the the orphanage authorities.

  • Polish Soldiers who went to Australia on SS Asturias - 596 names :    This list is sourced from the SS Asturias passenger list in the Australian online archives.  The list includes the Family Name, First Name, Age, Occupation, and Arrival Date.

  • Polish Students in Beirut_366 names :  After their release from Siberia, these young people ended up studying in the Middle East.  This list includes those who studied in Beirut Lebanon.  The list includes the Family Name, First Name, the Educational Institute, the Faculty, the Degree obtained, the Year of Graduation, and any further degrees obtained.

  • List of names from a book by the Polish Canadian Combatants, Branch #2 in London, Ontario  - 620 names :    The book title is  "BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE: Traces will Remain of the Days Gone By " and it provides bios of the members of Branch #2, many of whom were deported to Siberia and subsequently joined the Polish Forces in the west, eventually settling in the London, Ontario region.  Some of the bios are very short, while others are quite detailed.  Our thanks to Branch #2 for providing a digital version of the book that you can view on the DOCUMENTS page of this website.

  • List of names from a book by Aleksander Topolski called "Without Vodka" - 202 nmes.   The list was kindly  provided by his widow, Joan Eddis Topolski.  The list forms the basis of the book's index and briefly descrobes each person.