Mondays on the radio

Wanda Cejko-Kiałka, fot. T. Tomaszewski

Since September 8 will be broadcast the memories of Wanda Cejko-Kiałka from Wrocław, born as Lithuanian whose youth fell during the years of war. She had been working as a liaison and nurse, for which she was imprisoned by the Soviets in Vilnius and Moscow, then exiled to Vorkuta. After the release from the camp she came to Poland, where she married another Soviet forced-labour camper, Stanisław Kiałka, a former Jesuit and the legendary hero of Vilnius conspiracy.

In the first episode of her memories Mrs Wanda Cejko-Kiałka will be talking among others about her childhood spent at the Vilnius Zarzecze and town Dołhinów, the pre-war education system and the effects of the economic crisis.

The program begins about 15.30 (LRT Klasika, in Vilnius, 105.1 FM). You can also listen the program online at any time at All you have to do is to write the author’s name in Sound Library or her current hero.

Author of the broadcast: Tadeusz Tomaszewski


Tłumaczenie by Katarzyna Ratajek w ramach praktyk w Europejskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka, Translated by Katarzyna Ratajek within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights,

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