What experience in Siberia marked Jaruzelski's life?
Assigned to the forced labor in wilderness
Imprisoned in a Siberian camp
He volunteered to work in Siberia
Studied in a Siberian University
In 1940, Jaruzelski was arrested by the Soviets during the invasion of Poland. He was sent to Siberia, where he was assigned to forced labor in the wilderness. This experience marked his life, and he later described it as a turning point that made him more determined to fight for Poland's independence.
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