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Tomaszewski Family in Tengeru, Africa
While her husband, Felix Tomaszewski, served with the Polish 2nd Corps, Anna (Halko) Tomaszewski from Hajnowka near Bialystok, was sent to Tengeru with her daughters Halina, Wanda, and Irene.
My grandfather with sons in school uniforms, pre-WW2.
Mother walking down a street somewhere in Poland [pre-war].
Father, Feliks Tomaszewski, pre-WW2
Mother (Anna (Halko) Tomaszewski) pre-WW2
First photo from Tanzania: mother, 3 daughters, Halina, Irena, Wanda
Tent orphanage in Tehran. Nurse, Halina & Irene. Mother (holding Irene) was usually with Wanda who was seriously ill in the main hospital
Irene's mother said, “The road to recovery starts with a good dressmaker.”
Father, Lieut. Feliks Tomaszewski, somewhere in the Middle East or North Africa.
Father on motorcycle somewhere in the Middle East or North Africa.
Father in Egypt
Father in England after the war.
Irene in the garden in Tengeru.
Mother and Irene in Arusha.
Mother working in the school office.
Mother on leopard skin
Mother in Tengeru
Dzidzia (orphan), Halina , Wanda, and Irene (front right) in Tengeru, in the garden in front of their house
Anna and Irene in Tengeru
Irene ,wearing a pith helmet, at s mission near Tengeru
Irene in Tengeru age 6 — in a dress her father sent from Italy.
Irene, sister & friends in Tengeru.
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