I am trying to find information on my grand uncle Roman Sikora. He was born in Poland. He served in the Polish Army during WWII. I know that he was an Officer/Captain. He served in Poland, England and France. I was told by my father that he was killed in Normandy in 1944/1945. He also said that he was in an Army tank.
Anybody have a relative stationed in Kessingland, Suffolk who was involved with mine clearance in the years after 1945?
My dad Aleksander Wojtiuk (from Rowne/Rovne) was there after serving at Tobruk and Monte Cassino with 3rd Carpathian Rifle Division
Ministry of defence gave me a lot of information and lists. My father was Jozef Michel Rzemieniecki and he was in the 2nd Polish Army, 3rd Carpatian Riffle Brigade. After the war he went to Holland were he met my mother. I wrote a book about his live during the war. There was even a investigation form from the russians in 1939 which he signed laying in the Hoover Institute in America. So search the internet and you will find a lot of information. By the way nu father was from Sosnow near Lwow, now Ukraine.