Krzysztof Jankowski's Grandfather Stanislaw Wiatr.
As promised I'm sending some photos of my Grandfather, Stanisław Wiatr, who may have lived or maybe only visited the Petworth camp in 1948. He has authenticated the photos by writing on the back of one of them
Photos 1 and 2 were taken 26th of August 1948, while photo 3 was made 11th of April 1948 (as you can see on the back of it ).
My Grandfather was born in Krzemieniec (today Ukraine). He was a policeman in Mejszagoła (today Lithuania) when Soviets began to occupy that area in 1939.He was sent to Siberia . When Gen. Anders began to build a Polish Army my Grandfather joined him. Grandpa walked the entire combat trail, fighting in Africa and Europe (Monte Cassino). After the War he stayed in UK. I know that in the 60's he was living in Long Marston camp where my Grandma joined him in 1963 (after a long battle for permission to leave Poland). My Grandpa died in 1965 and he was buried in the Blockley cemetery.
It's a pity that there is practically nobody who could add someting to this story.
At this time we have no further information about the photos but I believe them to be at the Eastern side of Lower pond