PDF ✍ A New Tomorrow Author Witold (Vic) Domanski – Higo2cam.info

A New Tomorrow Witold Vic Domanski Was Just Nine Years Of Age In 1939 When Soviet Soldiers Appeared In The Eastern Province Of Poland Where His Family Lived In A New Tomorrow , He Writes Of Their Forced Removal From Their Farm, And Their Arduous, Months Long Rail Journey To Labour Camps In The North Of Russia And Later In The Vastness Of Russia S Forests When The Soviets Temporarily Restored Polish Citizenship With The Amnesty Of 1941, The Family Endured Another Harrowing Journey, This Time Southwards Through Russia In A Desperate Bid To Leave The Soviet Union After A Respite In Iran And The Fragmentation Of The Family, Witold And His Sisters Were Brought To New Zealand In November 1944, Among The 733 Polish Children Who Came To Live In The Polish Children S Camp In Pahiatua While A New Life In New Zealand Beckoned, It Was Just The Beginning Witold Tells Their Story As They Lived, Loved And Worked To Become Polish Kiwis.


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