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Letter from Antonia Rasiowna to Julian Stryjak, notifying him of the death of his wife three years earlier, along with a confirmation letter from Polish Red Cross, dated 3 January 1944 An envelope containing a letter from Antonina Rasiowa to Julian Stryjak

1945-10-30

Polish History Museum

Polish History Museum
Warszawa, Poland

After the war, thousands of people had no information about their nearest and dearest. Civilian and military organisations helped to search for and reunite families. The Polish Red Cross was at the forefront in providing this sort of help to Polish nationals.

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  • Title: Letter from Antonia Rasiowna to Julian Stryjak, notifying him of the death of his wife three years earlier, along with a confirmation letter from Polish Red Cross, dated 3 January 1944 An envelope containing a letter from Antonina Rasiowa to Julian Stryjak
  • Date: 1945-10-30
  • Location: London
  • Transcript: Lt [lieutenant] STRYJAK Julian Camp Militaire Polonais La Courtine /Creuse FRANCE
  • Original Source: private collection of Barbara Stryjak, private collection of Barbara Stryjak
  • Credit: Barbara Stryjak
  • Collection: Stryjak family

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