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In the midst of the fierce resistance fighting, her home was burned to the ground.
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.“That meant getting a forged birth certificate to safe her from the Nazis’ clutches.“We knew mum had grown up in Poland during the Second World War and we often wondered how she survived. “But a neighbour told my brother Peter that mum was older than 79 and the story of her amazing escape came tumbling out. “Grandad was buying her time to prevent her being marched off to a brick factory or the like.” Bronislawa was just 10 when her dad decided to get doctored documents in 1944.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 .