Unknown victims of Katyn?

Author: Maciej Wyrwa
Publisher: Centrum Polsko-Rosyjskiego Dialogu i Porozumienia
Edition: pierwsze
Publishing date: 2015
Binding : twarda, szyta
Format: 155 x 235 mm
Number of sites: 209
ISBN: 978-83-64486-31-9

Unknown victims of Katyn? List of missing persons in the North-Eastern provinces of the Second Polish Republic from 17 September 1939 to June 1940

The results of the research work that are presented to the readers do not fill the gap related to the disappearance or concealment of the original “Belarusian List.”

Our publication is a tribute to those victims of the Katyn massacre who have not been commemorated to date. It is intended as a monument to those victims, although certainly not yet complete or fully accurate.

This publication sends one more message: Polish citizens murdered by the NKVD had names, and their commemoration should go beyond quoting bare statistics. Poland does not, and may not, give up its efforts to identify all the Poles and Polish citizens who fell victim to Stalinist terror. This important element of Polish politics of memory should be promoted among Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians and all other nations that suffered under the murderous Soviet totalitarianism for much longer than the Poles.

Source: Foreword by Sławomir Dębski