Camps in the area of Yakutsk
A Polish witness reported seeing the following Americans:
Watson, an American professor, of Physics captured in Vienna,
Dick Rozbicki, an American Soldier captured during the Korean War,
Stanley Warner, an American Soldier captured during the Korean War, and
Jan Sorrow, an American Soldier captured during the Korean War.
Bulun Camp #307
A Polish witness reported seeing two U.S. Army personnel captured in Korea: Ted Watson, an infantry lieutenant, and Fred Rosbiki, a commando or paratroop sergeant.
Bulun Camp #315
A Catholic priest visited the U.S. Embassy in Paris on 11 July 1958 to report an interview he had recently conducted with a former Gulag prisoner. The prisoner told the priest that he had recently escaped from North Siberia where he had been held in Bulun Camp #315. He claimed to have been acquainted with two Americans in the same camp, a chaplain, John Westley, captured in Korea in 1962, and a lieutenant, Stanley Rosbicki, from New York. The witness further advised the priest that the Americans, who appeared to be in good health, had requested that he convey this information to the American authorities for transmittal to their families.