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New Zealand's First Refugees: Pahiatua's Polish Children

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  • A Bouquet of Thoughts and Reminiscences, the Polish Women's League, Wellington, New Zealand, 1991
  • A Strange OutcomeThe Remarkable Survival Story of a Polish Child, John Roy-Wojciechowski and Allan Parker, Penguin Books, Auckland, New Zealand, 2004
  • An Unforgettable Journey, Maria van der Linden, Dunmore Press, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 1992
  • Essence, Krystine Tomaszyk, Dunmore Press, Palmerston North, New Zealand, 2004
  • Exiled Children, Exiles Photographic Archives Foundation, Warsaw, Poland, 1995
  • Gulag: A History, Anne Applebaum, Penguin, London, England, 2003
  • Heart of Europe: A Short History of Poland, Norman Davies, Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2001
  • IsfahanCity of Polish Children, Association of Former Pupils of Polish Schools, Isfahan and Lebanon, Sussex, England, 1989
  • Journey Without a Ticket, Zdzisława Krystyna Kawecka, Nottingham, England, 1994
  • Katyn, Triumph of Evil, Louis Fitzgibbon, Anna Livia Books, Dun
  • Laoghaire, Ireland, 1975
  • Orphans of the Empire, The Shocking Story of Child Migration to Australia, Alan Gill, Random House Australia, NSW, Australia, 1998
  • Socio-Political Characteristics of Polish Post World War II Immigrants and their Assimilation to NZ, TM Krystman-Ostrowska, Department of Sociology, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, 1957
  • Stalin's Ethnic Cleansing In Eastern Poland, Tales of the Deported, 1940- 1946, Assoc of Families of the Borderland Settlers, London, England, 2000
  • Stolen Childhood: A Saga of Polish War Children, Łucjan Królikowski, Authors Choice Press, Buffalo, New York, USA, 2001
  • The Invited, The Story of 733 Polish Children, Who Grew Up In New Zealand, Krystyna Skwarko, Millwood Press, Wellington, New Zealand, 1974
  • The Poles, Stewart Steven, Collins-Harvill, London, England, 1982