- Posted by rusgen
- On February 17, 2018
- archives, China, Philippines, pictures, Russia, Russian Family History, Russian Genealogist, Russian Genealogy, tubabao, WWII
This is the last post with images found in the US National archives. They are much more optimistic than the previous batch describing the typhoon damage.
It shows “Humanity Calls”, the US non-profit which took a great effort to get those Russians from this remote island.
There are also photos of US Senator William F. Knowland (1908-1974) visit to the IRO refugee camp in Tubabao, Philippines. Senator in the refugees camp? It was possible in 1950s…
We left the captions as they were in the file. If you find any of your relatives here — please let us know.
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Source: National Archives and Records Administration, College Park MD, USA, RG 59, box 1591, decimal file 1950-54 398.411-IRO, declassified NND862921. Images dated January-February 1950.