Poland: Cracow, Account of War Experience, Uprising, 1948
Scope and Contents
A detailed account of the Warsaw uprising with severe consequences for sisters and priests. Priests killed; 32 Redemptorists killed; they were slated for death but sent instead to West German weaving factories; slave labors 6 to 18 o'clock or reverse shifts; "P" sown on habits; bad treatment; Sisters sicken from conditions; priests risked lives to come and say mass for them on Sundays.
- Majority of material found in 1850-1980
- POLAND, CARMELS (Person)
From the Record Group: 3.5 linear feet