A selection of family photos. You are particularly directed to the ‘Letter from Walter’, fourteenth down the page.
Urszula is standing on the left, one of 10 children.
Urszula’s parent’s home photographed about 2000.
Urszula at 18 years in 1920.
About the time Urszula Latawiec married Wladyslaw Muskus 25th October 1924.
Wladyslaw with their children Zbigniew (standing) and Grazyna.
Wladyslaw and Urszula are seated on the left, Grazyna holds her kitten and Zbigniew is probably behind the camera.
Wladyslaw the forestry consultant (seated), with his staff.
Urszula aged 36 in 1938.
The apartment building, built by Wladyslaw, where they were arrested in 1940.
Urszula in Long Bridge, Siberia 1955.
Address label from a food parcel sent to Urszula by her sister, but returned undelivered.
Grazyna in June 1943 while she was a refugee in Tengeru, Tanganyika.
Zbigniew, now Clive in England 1946.
Letter from Walter 1950.
Urszula, on the left, after her release in 1956, with her sister and her sister’s husband.
Portrait by Jane Wilton (an English woman who had married a Russian and been exiled to Long Bridge) painted soon after their release to Poland in 1956.
Urszula in England about 1957 with her daughter-in-law and grandaughter.
The confiscated apartment building now in the Ukraine 2005.
Confirmation that Wladyslaw was murdered in the Katyn Forest massacre.