I do understand some, and much of it comes back to me, from boyhood. If I had to speak, I think I also could remember some words, and when living in Poland, I would learn more, each day, as others do. Many live in Poland, not being Polish, or speaking or understand Polish, and get along well, why would I not?
Do you think I could make it in Poland, and since you come from the place I would live, Warsaw, you would know best, as things are now. I think you have more of a handle than most would have. What do you think?
Bonobo: Due to recent changes, many photos in the forum are unavailable and have to be manually recovered. I am gradually restoring them, but the process will take me a few weeks, if not months. So, if you have any requests concerning the priority, notify me.
May 30, 2013 14:18:36 GMT 1
Bonobo: Guys, I just found out: if you use Mozilla Firefox browser, you can`t see a lot of our private pics. Turn to other browsers like Internet Explorer or Chrome to see them without problems.
Jun 1, 2013 22:21:05 GMT 1
4evertraveler: Does anyone know anything about the Semeniuk family? Alexander Semeniuk was my great grandfather and I heard he donated fire equipment to the city in the late 1800's or early 1900's. I am trying to find info on my family's heritage.email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug 9, 2013 22:42:16 GMT 1
bessie19: The picture you have taken are outstanding, always wanted to visit Poland. Greetings from the London! -agents website
Aug 29, 2013 15:03:29 GMT 1
bernard: I am about to embark on a project researching Polish saboteurs trained by the SIS initially and then the SOE at Brickendonbury Manor (STS 17), near Hertford, UK, before being parachuted into Poland during WW2.[br]Might anyone have any names of such men?
Oct 27, 2013 8:22:24 GMT 1