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IT was a secret rooted in the dark days of the Second World War, an act of love from a father desperate to save his daughter from the clutches of the Nazis in occupied Poland. Her family had wrongly believed the gran-of-eight was 79.And only now has that secret, closely guarded by Glasgow granny Bronislawa Jakubska for more than 70 years, come to light . But after she died they were shocked to discover she was really 82 .The chilling details of her early life have now been revealed.It seems that Bronislawa’s desperate father, Boleslaw Strakowski, paid a forger to make documents to show his daughter was three years younger than she was.Live senior chat rooms designed and used by seniors over 50 are a great way to meet others and chat with people from around the world.If you do join, and it is free then you get your own senior social networking profile page where you can fill in details about yourself if you wish, along with your photos, blogs and a wall where visitors can comment.
“My own aunt had her age lowered when she came to Britain in 1939.” The Germans were so desperate for slave labour they kidnapped children aged 10 to 14 in an operation called the Heu-Aktion.He said: “These were desperate times and parents would have done anything to save their children.“They knew they were unlikely to see them ever again if they were herded off to slave labour in factories and other dreadful places.“She never once mentioned to us what it had taken to survive the war.“Without the forged birth certificate mum would not have been here.” War-time Poland was a hub of master forgers working on creating new identities for people desperate to escape the German.