Monday, March 15, 2021

Do you know this woman? Polish Institute of National Remembrance is trying to identify her


 The employees of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) ask for help in identifying the person captured in the photograph from 70 years ago. The photo was most likely taken in England at the end of WWII.

This is a post on the IPN's Facebook profile:

Please help in identifying the person captured in the photo from the Archives of the Institute of National Remembrance. We decided to learn the story of a stranger girl photographed over 70 years ago on one of the English streets.
We would like to know if she remained in exile or if she returned to the Motherland, destroyed by the war, where Stalin's terror was raging for good. Despite the archival query conducted at the Archives of the Institute of National Remembrance, it is still unknown who the heroine in the photo is, whether her children or grandchildren are still alive.
The photograph comes from a file entitled "Polish Armed Forces in the West" and was transferred to the archival resource of the Institute of National Remembrance. It could have been taken in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews.

 

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