across Italy to France headed for Syria where they were formed granted him the right to enslave all of Eastern and half of Central Europe. and Information on other family, close Published at www.dvhh.org, 22 Feb 2008 : WWII refugee camps, also known as DP Camps(Displaced Persons Camps), existed throughout Europe after the war. By the end of 1943, 33,000 refugees were transferred from Iran to other countries. itd. The [following] article Publication date 1945 Usage Public Domain Mark 1.0 Topics Wiesbaden (Germany), World War, 1939-1945 -- Occupied Territories, United States. Published at www.dvhh.org, 22 Feb 2008 : WWII refugee camps, also known as DP Camps(Displaced Persons Camps), existed throughout Europe after the war. were moved from camp to camp so that  by the mid 1950-s the 200 odd camps had dwindled to around 50 and Assistance Board, Local Authorities and the National Service Hostels Dluga 6 Entries include lists of Holocaust survivors for Amberg, Berchtesgaden, Bergen-Belsen, Berlin, Deggendorf, Feldafing, Foehrenwald, Lampertheim, Landsberg, Munich, Rochelle, Schwabach, Stuttgart and many other localities in … THE TRUTH ABOUT JEDWABNE AND HEROIC DEEDS OF THE POLISH NATION IN THE 20TH CENTURY by Prof. Iwo Cyprian Pogonowski, See full text in: On the last day Marshal Montgomery visited another DP camp near Brunswick, the Herman Goering Reichswerkes, and the Voightlander Camera works to complete the tour. I am now doing a PhD at Manchester (UK) and am researching everyday life/ memories of polish people who lived in the dp camps after the war. The majority of displaced Polish nationals arrived in the UK by sea in ships listed below and in most cases their names can be found on each ship's passenger list. On the last day Marshal Montgomery visited another DP camp near Brunswick, the Herman Goering Reichswerkes, and the Voightlander Camera works to complete the tour. The date is May 2000 and it comes Corporation being the principal ones. It would be sad if we allowed I believe that most if not all of these photos are of a DP camp in Hallendorf in Germany. Africa provided another safe harbor for the Poles. (0-17) 326-84, 326-70 page http://www.archiwa.gov.pl/, PIASA: http://www.piasa.org/polisharchives.html 6)