Video recordings of interviews of Polish survivors of forced labor camps in the Soviet Union, relating to deportations from Poland during World War II and to conditions in Soviet forced labor camps. Includes some copies of textual documents. Interviews conducted by the Kresy-Siberia Foundation.
Writings, correspondence, interview transcripts, and research materials, relating to the Katyn Forest Massacre, the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, other aspects of Polish history, and labor conditions in the Soviet Union. Consists mainly of microfilm and compact disk copies.
Relates to the Polish communist movement, the deportation of Poles to the Soviet Union in 1939-1941, engineering and industrial activities in Soviet-occupied Poland and the Soviet Union during World War II and in postwar Poland, and antisemitism in postwar Poland.
Correspondence, memoranda, speeches and writings, reports, telegrams, minutes of meetings, clippings, and printed matter, relating to political events in Poland, Polish foreign relations, and Polish émigré politics.
Clandestine radio dispatch transcripts, reports, memoranda and correspondence, relating to conditions in occupied Poland during World War II and to Polish resistance activities. Includes sound recordings of speeches, radio broadcasts and later commentaries, relating to major events of twentieth-century Polish history. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Reports, dispatches, correspondence, memoranda, and speeches, relating to Polish military operations during World War II, the Polish government-in-exile, wartime Allied diplomacy, Polish refugees, and the deportation of Poles to the Soviet Union. Includes papers of General Władysław Sikorski.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, dispatches, studies, log books, statistics, clippings, and printed matter, relating to Polish-Vatican relations, the Catholic Church in Poland, Polish diplomatic relations during World War II, and Polish refugees.
Dissertation, and photocopies of depositions and Polish government documents, relating to conditions in Poland during World War II, and especially to resistance movements, collaboration, and conditions of Jews.
Reports, studies, bulletins, and printed matter, issued by the Polish Research Centre, the Polish Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Information and Documentation, and other agencies of the Polish Government-in-Exile (London), relating to Polish-Soviet relations, conditions in occupied Poland, Polish underground movements, and Polish refugees in Great Britain, during and after World War II.
Government documents, statutes, charts, historical studies, statistical data, clippings, military orders, and photographs, relating to conditions in Poland during World War II; Polish politics and government, and activities of the Germans in Poland during the German occupation; and the internal structure, public administration, and general activities of the Polish Government-in-Exile.