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Inventory to the Jan Nowak Papers, 1942-1981
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Box 1., Folder 1

British documents. Reports and letters issued in 1944 by the British Foreign Office, relating to Jan Nowak

Folder 2

Correspondence with wartime associates, articles, and testimonies of various members of the Polish resistance movement during WWII

Folder 3

Personal documents. Copies of passports, passes, reference letters, identity cards, membership papers, etc.


Subject file


Missions. Clandestine cable and radio dispatch transcripts, reports, and correspondence relating to occupied Poland and to Jan Nowak's missions as an underground courier

Folder 4

First (1943 April 14-June 31, Warsaw-Stockholm-Warsaw)

Folder 5

Second (1943 October 15-1944 July 25, Warsaw-Stockholm-Brindisi-Warsaw)

Folder 6

Third (1944 October 3-1945 January 22, Warsaw-Krakow-Bern-London)

Folder 7

Warsaw Uprising


Cables describing events in Warsaw, 1944 August


Transcripts of radio broadcasts from the Warsaw Broadcasting Station

Phonorecord cabinet

Sound recordings of speeches, radio broadcasts, and later commentaries, relating to major events of 20th century Polish history


Sound recording of "Swiadkowie Historii," 1965 (Records 1-4)

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 67035_a_0001715

Sound recording of "Kawalkada Czasu" 1952-1964 (Records 5-6)


Sound recording of "Kawalkada Czasu" 1964-1974 (Records 7-8)


Duplicates of records 5-6 (Records 9-10)


Sound recording of "Sacrum Poloniae Millenium" (Records 11-12)


Duplicates of Records 7-8 (Records 13-14)