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Thursday, 8 July 2004

Information on archive documents pertaining to the fate of Poles persecuted by NKWD in the former Socialist Republic of...

Thanks to the Presidents of Poland and Uzbekistan, the State Archives in Poland have obtained new and unknown documents on Poles who were persecuted in the former Soviet Union during the Second World War and in the inter-war period. The Uzbekistan authorities handed over the archives on Poles, persecuted by NKWD in the former Socialist Republic of Uzbekistan. The documents refer to nearly six hundred Poles who were arrested, imprisoned or exiled as a result of persecutions, which took place in the late 1930s, as well as to those persecuted in the years 1941-1945, who had been earlier deported from the Polish Republic, annexed on September 17th, 1939. Those who wish to receive the detailed information on the people persecuted in the former Socialist Republic of Uzbekistan are requested to contact the Head Office of State Archives in Warsaw. The telephone numbers: (22) 831 32 06 – 08 ext. 221, e-mail: [email protected] and [email protected] A list of people to whom the newly acquired archive documents relate will be available from the 9 of July 2004 on the web site of the State Archives:
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