I am researching the history of my Grandmothers two cousins who both attended the Polish Navy Colege in Landywood/Lilford. They were Arrested by the russian Army in Skolem (near Lwow) in June 1940 together with their Mother and were sent to Nowosibirsk. They all survived the long journey through Usbekistan to Iran and then to Lebanon and Palestine. There they got split up. The older boy was shipped to Great Britain, his brother ended up in a Camp in Southern Africa. His family found him there with the help of the Red Cross and he was too sent to Great Britain.
The contact with the boys was lost in the 1960. The older cousin got married in Yorkshire, the younger moved to London. I would love to learn more about their lives after WW2, i also have old family fotographs to share.
The cousins names are:
Ryszard Wrzos, born 1930 in Poland Stanislaw Wrzos, born 3.5.1932 in Mordasowo, Poland (now Lithuania)
Their parents names:
Franciszek Wrzos, born 18.11.1900 in Inowroclaw, Poland, KOP Sergeant Genowefa Wrzos (Sowinska), born 1904 in Parysow, Poland