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Bronisław Gmyterko

A group of friends from the Polish Boys' Hostel in Hawera. (l-r) Bronisław Gmyterko, Kazimierz Krawczyk, Antoni Rybiński A rugby team, 1948. — Back: (l-r) Andy Nola, Teodor Poszeluk, Ryszard Żołnowski, Kazimierz Krawczyk, Tadeusz Lepionka, Eugeniusz Zajkowski, Kazimierz Niedźwiecki, Bronisław Kasprzyk, Frank Muller — Front: (l-r) Bronisław Gmyterko, Anatol Karpik, Władysław Leszewicz, Michał Adamczyk, Stanisław Gratkowski, Marian Budny, Tadeusz Wiewiórka, Zdzisław Witkowski Back: (l-r) Andy Nola, Bronisław Kasprzyk, Eugeniusz Zajkowski, Ryszard Żołnowski, Frank Muller — Front: (l-r) Tadeusz Wiewiórka, Bronisław Gmyterko, Tadeusz Lepionka, Stanisław Gratkowski Back: (l-r) Bogdan Bocian, Zdzisław Lorenc, Franciszek Żak, Krzysztof Dziegieć, Bronisław Gmyterko, Antoni Dobrowolski, Stanisław Dygas — Front: (l-r) Tadeusz Woś, Eugeniusz Żak, Zygmunt Zyskowski, Tadeusz Lepionka, Alfons Moroz One of the last groups of boys (back row) to leave the Polish Children's Camp briefly attended Mangatainoka School before being transferred to Linton Military Camp. — Back: (l-r) Waldemar Dejnakowski, Henryk Apanowicz, Józef Jagiełło, Marian Sadowski, Tadeusz Rozwadowski, Franciszek Barański, Antoni Rybiński, Zbigniew Dziki, Jan Niedźwiecki, Bronisław Gmyterko, Bogdan Bocian, Jan Makuch, Antoni Sarniak, Krzysztof Dziegieć, Ludwik Głogowski, Wojciech Michalik Poles under the posts, 1948. The boys took on rugby with a passion and became "the fear of the northern Wairarapa". The opposition team's management had to lend them rugby boots for the representative team's first game. — Standing: (l-r) Marian Kępka, Zdzisław Lorenc, Zdzisław Witkowski, Władysław Leszewicz, Anatol Karpik, Bronisław Lemów, Frank Muller, Stanisław Gratkowski, Marian Budny, Jan Niedźwiecki, Alfons Moroz, Bronisław Gmyterko (partly visible), Witold Powierza, Michał Sidoruk, Michał… The youngest Polish children from the camp temporarily attended Marist Primary School, Palmerston North, and lived in the Linton Military Camp before relocating to the Hawera Polish Boys' Hostel for the final term of the school year, 1949. — Back: (l-r) Marian Sadowski, Krzysztof Dziegieć, Józef Jagiełło, Ludwik Głogowski, Kazimierz Krawczyk, Zdzisław Lepionka, Zdzisław Iwan, Bogusław Turski, Antoni Sarniak, Leon Zyzało, Tadeusz Rozwadowski — Middle: (l-r) Jan Makuch, Franciszek Barański, Kazim…


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