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LYCZKOWSKI Jan

DOB: unknown
Nty: Pole
B.P.: unknown
Place of residence: Warsaw [?]
Education: unknown
Activities: unknown

Source: W. Kubów "Polacy I Ukraincy Na Podolu: tragedia Polaków w Berezowicy Małej koło Zbaraża" - "Nortom", 1997.

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LYCZKOWSKI Wladyslaw

DOB: unknown
Nty: Pole [?]
B.P.: unknown
Place of residence: unknown
Education: unknown
Activities: unknown
A prisoner of concentration camp Oswiecim/Auschwitz - further fate unknown

Source:
1. Z. Jagoda, S. Kłodziński, J. Masłowski "Oświęcim nieznany" - Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1981.
2. Z. Jagoda, S. Kłodziński, J. Masłowski "Więźniowie Oświęcimia" - Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1984.

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LYCZKOWSKI Wladyslaw

DOB: 06/23/1906
Nty: Pole
B.P.: unknown
Place of residence: Warsaw
Education: unknown
Activities: hospital / medical [?] orderly
A prisoner of concentration camp Auschwitz/Oswiecim - further fate unknown

Source: K. Albin, F. Piper, I. Strzelecka "Księga pamięci: transporty polaków z Warszawy do KL Auschwitz 1940-1944" - Państwowe Muzeum Auschwitz-Birkenau, 2000.

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LYCZKOWSKI Vinces son of Jazep

DOB: 1900
Nty: Belarusian
B.P.: Stankava village, Minsk uyezd & gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Stankava village, Dzierzynsk district, Miensk voblasc, BSSR
Education: primary school
Activities: brigade-lider, Lenin kolkhoz
Arrested: July 13, 1938
Convicted: September 28, 1938 - "troyka"
Indicted: art. 64, BSSR CC - a membership in "Polish Military Organization" (PMO), a participation in armed insurrection
Verdict: 10 yrs in GULAG - GorShorLag, Temirtau
Place of burial: died in GULAG
Rehabilitated: 12/19/1959 - Presidium of Miensk voblasc Court

Source: Belarusian "Memorial"

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LYCZKOWSKI Izydor son of Antoni

DOB: 1905
Nty: Pole*

# Stages Date:
mm/dd/yyyy
Country Province Locality
1. Camp       Russia Ivanovo Yuzha
2. Camp       Ukraine Zaporozh'ye Zaporozh'ye
3. Arrested  09  18 1939     Vladimir
4. GULAG  06  03 1940 Russia Komi ASSR SevZhelDorLAG
5. Anders  09  02 1941 Russia   Tatishchevo

Source:
1. Registration card-index of POWs for 1939. Central Military Archive in Rembertow, Collection of criminal records from Russian archives. CAW-1
2. Collection of personal files of POWs for 1939. Central Military Archive in Rembertow, Collection of criminal records from Russian archives - file number. CAW1939 -/3323/19
3. The nominal rolls from within department files of deeds - name list of POWs, transfered from USSR NKVD SevZhelDorLAG (Urdoma station) to NKVD Yuzha camp in July 11,1941 (transport 1); name list of POWs, whose personal files were forwarded to USSR NKVD Administration for POWs; name list of POWs, transfered from USSR NKVD SevZhelDorLAG (Mezhog station) to NKVD Yuzha camp in July 17,1941 (transport 2), (signature VIII.800.20, file 573). Central Military Archive in Rembertow, Collection of criminal records from Russian archives - file, page, position or file, transport number, position. CAW3-573 -2-940

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LYCZKOWSKI Antanina da. of Jazep

DOB: 1903
Nty: Belarusian
B.P.: Ratamka farm, Minsk uyezd & gubernya, Russian Empire
Place of residence: Kryzouka farm, Zaslauje district, Miensk voblasc, BSSR
Education: incomplete primary school
Activities: housewife
Arrested: August 24, 1937
Convicted: November 09, 1937 - NKVD & USSR Prosecutor commission
Indicted: art. 68, BSSR CC - an agent of Polish intelligence service
Verdict: capital punishment
Executed: November 26, 1937
Place of execution: unknown
Place of burial: Vorsa
Rehabilitated: 11/18/1989 - Military Prosecutor Office of Belarusian Command
Reason: -

Source: Belarusian "Memorial"

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* Belarusian nationality (i.e. ethnicity) was not recognized both in the Russian Empire and in Poland (II Rzeczpospolita). Nationality of those who lived on the Belarusian territories was usually determined by their religion: an Orthodox was considered to be a Russian, a Catholic - a Pole. While determining one's ethnicity by his/her religious affiliation was a common place for state authorities, the practice was spread among general public as well. Yet, given these circumstances, there is every reason to suggest that the registered nationality of the above persons might differ from their self identity or genuine ethnic origins or both.


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