Some family members spent the war years in a camp in India, while others served in the Polish 2nd Corps
Felix (b 1933) & Roger (b 1935) Scazighino were deported to Siberia with their mother, Janina nee Halban (b 1901, d 1994 in Montreal), Their father, Witold (b 1889, d 1965 in Montreal) was a reservist who evacuated to Romania, then France, and eventually to London, where he worked for Polish Radio.
Other family members deported with them were: Their grandmother Stanislawa nee Konarnicka (b 1885, d 1961 in the UK), grandfather Felix Scazighino (b 1866, d 1945 in Beirut), and their nanny, Genia.
Their aunt Wanda Rudnicka stayed behind and joined the Home Army, while her husband General Klemens Rudnicki was captured by the Russians while trying to evacuate to Rumania, was imprisoned and subsequently released on 'amnesty' whereupon he joined the Polish 2nd Corps and participated in the Italian campaign.
Another uncle, Jan Scazighino, was a Consul in New York when war broke out. He went to Canada to enlist, eventually serving the the Polish 2nd Corps. He was killed at Monte Cassino.
Felix & Roger spent the war years at Balachadi Camp in India, while their mother worked for the Red Cross in Teheran, Persia. Their grandparents spent those years in Beirut, Lebanon. The family were reunited in London after the war.