Kołobrzeg, 13 December 1989
Editorial office of “Zorza” weekly
Mokotowska Street 43
I kindly request to finalize the data completion about my father Stanisław Przybylak, who stayed in the camp in Ostashkov and had gone missing.
1. Stanisław Przybylak
|–||Parent’s names: Jan and Marianna née Bruczyńska, born 19 August 1895 [in] Studzianna, Śrem district,|
|–||Łobżenica, Wyrzysk district,|
|2.||Education: secondary, foreman major in Border Corps in Łobżenica.|
|3.||Major rifleman – health service; stretcher paramedic – reserve foreman major; lack of data.|
|4.||Foreman major in Border Corps – Border Corps Inspectorate in Łobżenica, commissioner deputy.|
|5.||Lack of information on that topic.|
|6.||Only a single postcard came from Ostashkov, which father had written on 4 December 1939, stamp date 17 December 1939. The postcard was addressed to my mother’s brother-in-law.|
|7.||I enclose a copy of that postcard, however not too clear, I retrieved the postcard from the court file in 1948, it was stored in the Chodzież Court’s archive.|
|8.||Jadwiga Malczewska, [...], Kołobrzeg, daughter of Stanisław and Małgorzata Przybylak née Kniek.|
P.S. In the chapter “Ostashkov” of the book “Katyń”, the surname of Przybylak is listed, but with no name or any other information – maybe it refers to my father.