F A M I L Y R E S E A R C H L I N K S
Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum, London
The archives of the Sikorski Institute in London are available on this web site. It contains a large range of scanned documentation. Other valuable documents and artifacts are located within the institute. Opening hours are shown on the web site.
20 Princes Gate
London SW7 1PT
Phone: +44 20 7589 9249
The Polish Underground Movement Study Trust, London
Hold records of Polish underground army, including personal files of army personnel (cichociemni) who parachuted into Poland to work with the resistance.
11 Leopold Road
London W5 3PB
Phone: +44 20 8992 6057
UK Ministry of Defence
Hold records of Polish servicemen and women serving alongside the Allies during the war.
If your enquiry is about the record of a member of the Polish forces under British Command during WW II, you should send your completed application form to:
APC DISCLOSURES 5 (POLISH)
Building 1 (Ops), RAF Northolt
West End Road
Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 6NG
Tel: 0208 8338603
Application form is available here:
Next of kin form:
List of children’s essays
Children in schools in the Middle East were encouraged to write about their deportation. These essays are available in the Hoover Institute. They are also available in electronic form.
Polish Airforce in Great Britain list
A complete list of personnel of the Polish Air Force in Great Britain 1940-1947.
German Prisoner of War archive
This Instytut Pamieci Narodowej database contains information of Prisoners of War and people forced to work in Germany.
French military records
Bureau Central des Archives Administratives Militaires
German war dead records
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