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Old 11-20-2012, 09:34 AM   #1
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Musjalik/Musialik, Stanislav/Stanisław Petrovich, Railway Worker

I am not sure if this belongs here, since no awards present and since it is to a Polish national, but there are only the Soviet papers present.

A small group to Stanislav Petrovich Musyalik (Stanisław Musialik in polish). Apparently born in 1904 the vincinity of the city of Kielce. I can't make out the city names - they were probably misspelled or wrongly re-written from Polish documents by the voenkomat clerk - but it may be Kromołów in the Zawiercie region in the Kielce Voivodeship (Kromołów is a part of Zawiercie since 1977, it was a separate town before) - but that's a guess, as nothing else seems to fit "Krotovof in Zaverchitskiy Rayon of Keloetskoe voivodeship" as it says in his VB In 1940 he found himself in Brest-Litowskiy (quite possible he lived and worked there before 1939). In the same Year he passed a state technical exam started to work in the Soviet Railroad. Still worked in 1945.
All I know about his further life is that he returned to Poland after the war and worked in the polish railroads.

First, we have his Exam certificate - not in the best condition. According to ithe was trained "road worker". Not sure what it means - was he a worker building and repairing the rails?
It seems he passed with "excellent" result. I wander how, as his VB states that he could speak only Polish.

Than there's his 1940 Militry ID - in probably the best condition I have seen.
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Re: Stanislav P. Musyalik/Stanisław Musialik, railway worker

The inside of his VB.
It seems he was mobilised in 1925 and became a military nurse with the rank of private. I believe this is the service in the Polish Army.
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Re: Stanislav P. Musyalik/Stanisław Musialik, railway worker

His 1945 urban railway ticket - named.

His 1941 one-time ticket
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