Some of the 2nd Polish Corps soldiers, who had left Russian concentration camps and forced labor camps with General Anders in 1942 returned there after the war.
Upon return to Poland some of the brave men of the 2nd Polish Corps again fell victim to communist political repression in the late 40ís. The Soviet-backed communist regime charged them with false accusations and fabricated stories, and deported them to Russian forced labor camps in Siberia. In many cases communist oppressors deported them along with members of their families. Some of them were released from gulags in the late 50ís and returned to Poland. Some of them have been missing to date.
The list below is not complete. It includes only 90 names.
Letís keep the memory of communist oppression alive