Mother with Mr and Mrs  Nowak and Barbara 18th September 2001 With my mother 18th September 2001 This account was published as a newspaper article in the Prague English language newspaper - The Prague Post - in September 1994, and subsequently in Czech in the Czech Army Gazette. These are the Memorials to my father............. The Dukla Memorial bronze tablets  containing the names of every Czech soldier killed  in the battle for  Dukla Pass The Memorial wall plaque on the  side of a building  at one end of  Geisler Street in Brno

1946 - 2015

2015 -

Veveří 75 The home of my father and grandparents before the War and where I lived with my mother and his parents after the War.

Unveiled on 28th May 2017

Mother at the  Memorial Tablet at the Sokol building in Brno The City of Brno in the Czech Republic has an historical encyclopaedia with an article relating to  my father. Click here to be taken to that site. The Memorial in Nowosielce completely renovated with the addition of a brass tablet.  Unveiled on the 5th October 2004

The Memorial in Arisaig Scotland remembering all Czechoslovak soldiers who trained with the SOE in 1941/1942 and were later killed on operations.

Unveiled on the 11th November 2009

Visit of  the President of the Polish Republic Bronislaw Komorowski

on 2nd November 2010

As a postscript................ I am now married to the daughter of the farmer who at the age of thirteen witnessed those terrible events of the 18th September 1944. Barbara is with me and no longer does that foreign field seem so far away.......... Return to  The Search

11th June 2017 Pastwiska

The rededication of the Memorial which was moved from local authority land on one side of the road to our land on the other side - some 30 metres only.