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Jozef Zawinski
The Invergordon Archive
Jozef Zawinski

Jozef Zawinski with the medal he received from the Polish President.
Picture added on 27 January 2008
Good photo of your father, Vanda. We met him on holiday in Wales in 2006, and of course I remember your mother very well. Give my regards to your Dad.
Added by Catherine MacKenzie (nee Clark) on 27 January 2008
I will do, Catherine, thank you.
Added by Vanda Hardy(Zawinski) on 28 January 2008
Well done, Joe!!
Added by Fr. Clive Clapson on 09 February 2008
Hello Fr Clive, I will pass on your congratulations to dad. How are you, where are you living now?
Added by Vanda on 08 March 2008
Vanda, I recognise your Dad better now that he is standing on his own. Congratulations about the medal.
Added by Rosalie (Graham) Samaroo on 09 March 2008
Vanda, I've just realised that I have the photo of him on the front page of the April 2007 edition of the "Invergordon Gazette". He is with three other men.
Added by Rosalie (Graham) Samaroo on 10 March 2008
You look very handsome Grandad!!
love from your favourite granddaughter Molly.
Added by Molly Drummond on 10 September 2008
Hi Rosalie, yes the 3 other men are: my brother Joe and my nephews Iain (Maree's son) and Chris(Maggie's son).
Added by Vanda Hardy on 11 September 2008
Hi Dad. Really proud of you. Didn't see this last time we were up.
Take care and we are really glad that the operation went well and you were so on the ball after it.
Lots of love Joe, Debbie, Lizzie, Ruth, Andrew and Iona.
Added by Joe Zawinski on 02 November 2008
Well done Jozef Zawinski, I am sure that you would have quite a story to tell.
I have mentioned on another occasion that I remember, although being only 5 or 6 at the time, being with my Mother and my Grandparents standing on the High Street the day that the Polish regiment left the camp and made their way to the railway station. You would have been one of them no doubt. It was quite an occasion. Everyone was waving and being waved back at. We were standing on the side of the High Street where the Banks are and watched as the vehicles rounded the corner off the Castle Road and onto the High Street.
I have often wondered, surely there must be a photographic memento of this somewhere?
Added by Harry O'Neill on 05 November 2008
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