Udział Profesora Andrzeja Nadolskiego w badaniach cmentarzy polskich oficerów na Wschodzie
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The participation of Professor Andrzej Nadolski in research into cemeteries of the Polish officers in the East
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The political changes in eastern Europe in 1989, allowed the Polish people to take the issue of Polish officers, who disappeared in the Soviet Union during World War II. Also the father of Professor Andrzej Nadolski, colonel Jerzy Nadolski, went missing and latest news from him came from Starobilsk. The Polish authorities have made efforts to initiate the investigation, including the exhumation in places where it was suspected, that bodies of Polish officers are hidden. The investigation was conducted by Soviet prosecutors, assisted by prosecutors and forensic doctors from Poland. Archaeologist, Professor Andrzej Nadolski was invited to research and exhumation in Starobilsk. His participation and observations were very helpful in organizing the subsequent studies of the cemeteries in Kharkov, Mednoye and Katyn.
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