Adolf Saraniecki was a lawyer and former Member of Parliament. In April 13, 1940 he was deported with his wife Wanda and the daughters Aldona, Danuta, Irena and his mother Teofila from Lwów to Kazakhstan.
After signing the Sikorski-Mayski agreement he became the head of the Delegation for the Embassy in Semipalatinsk. He did not use the occasion of leaving the Soviet Union with Anders’ Army – he stayed with the people, who had not been given such a chance. His actions were appreciated. He got name day greeting cards and cards with the poems related to him.
On July 14, 1942 he was arrested by the NKVD and put in the prison and then sent to a labor camp, where he died on February 14, 1944. His wife and daughters returned to Poland in 1946.