February 26, 2021
Polish Experience

A Forgotten Odyssey – The Untold Story of 1,700,000 Poles Deported to Siberia in 1940 [five-part video]

In 1940, after Russia invaded Poland, Stalin deported 1.7 million Poles to slave labor camps in Siberia and Kazakhstan. Only one third of them survived.

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