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Zdzisław Lepionka

A march to Wellington's Cenotaph to support Poland's Solidarity (Solidarność) movement and protest against the Soviet occupation of Poland, 9 February 1981. Note the railway station in the background and the former Government Buildings on the right. Leading the march are (l-r) Zdzisław Lepionka (Polish Association President), Ludwik Kowalczyk, Mieczysław Murawski and Dioniza Choroś (Gradzik) One of several camp rugby teams, 1947. — Back: (l-r) Kazimierz Krawczyk, Władysław Szulgan, Władysław Nowak, Zdzisław Lepionka, Tadeusz Jankiewicz, Zdzisław Kośenik — Middle: (l-r) Franciszek Kubiak, Józef Jagiełło, Marian Budny, Antoni Sarniak, Nikifor Piesocki, Mieczysław Grzywa — Front: (l-r) Waldemar Dejnakowski, Stanisław Januszkiewicz Stanisław Januszkiewicz, Zygmunt Zyskowski, Henryk Apanowicz 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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