Volunteer Aniela Dybowska, daughter of Michał and Józefa née Gorczak, born on 13 April 1912 in Łódź, married.

1. On 13 January 1940 I was arrested by the NKVD in Zaręby Kościelne, Białystok voivodeship, where I was incarcerated until 25 January 1940.

2. On 25 January 1940 I was transported to Białystok, where I remained until 15 May 1940.

3. On 15 May 1940 I was transported from Białystok to a prison in Brześć nad Bugiem, where I was incarcerated until 21 August 1940.

4. On 22 August 1940 I was deported to the USSR, and on 1 September 1940 I arrived at the gulag camp in Potma, Mordovian ASSR.

5. On 1 September 1941 I was released on the basis of the amnesty for Polish citizens and on the same day I left for Buzuluk. I arrived there on 14 September.

6. On 14 September 1941 I left Buzuluk for Karakul, where I worked in a kolkhoz from 27 September to 15 November. On 15 November I went to Lugovoy, where I stayed until 5 December.

7. On 5 December I left Lugovoy for Tyntyksaj [?], where I arrived on 10 December 1941. I worked there in the Lenin kolkhoz until 27 March 1942.

8. On 27 March I left for Górczykowo [?], where I was enlisted in the army. I stayed in Margilan until 7 April.

9. On 7 April 1942 I left Margilan for Guzar, and I arrived there on 12 April. From that day to 15 September 1942 I worked in Garrison Hospital no. 2.

10. On 15 September 1942 I left with the hospital for Persia. I arrived in Pahlavi on 20 September and worked there in Evacuation Hospital no. 2 until 19 October, on which day I left with the hospital for Iraq, where I continue to work as a paramedic in War Hospital no. 3.

Reason for my arrest: crossing the German–Soviet border, for which I was sentenced to three years of ITL [ispravitel’no-trudovye lagerya, gulag camps] and deportation to Russia.