,,Basia’s Diary” 1939–1947

Wanda Barbara Kociuba was one of hundreds of thousands of Polish children for whom WWII and Soviet deportations meant that the world they knew ceased to exit. During her stay in Siberia (USSR), Iran and Lebanon, Basia wrote a diary – by her own admission – ''for her future children and grandchildren”.
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,,Basia’s Diary'' after conservation treatments

,,Basia’s Diary'' before conservation

A page from ,,Basia’s Diary''

Wanda Kociuba, on the day of a welcoming ceremony for the Shah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, in Isfahan, 1944

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