A quick search on RecordSearch brings up the record below, which I assume you've already found:
SAWCZUK Piotr born 18 June 1924; Pauline born 26 March 1931; Helena born 14 October 1934; Ignacy born 2 December 1937;…"
If you don't know the name of the ship, your best bet may be to try using the Passenger Arrivals Index in RecordSearch. That will allow you to search by name, year etc. This said, the index isn't comprehensive but it does…"
We don't actually count the pages in an individual record. The charges are determined based on the average size of files within a series. Most WWII service records contain 10-50 pages, so we've decided that they fall into the…"
I had a quick look at our passenger arrival index and found a record for him arriving in Australia in 1965. See the digital copy of the record here.
If you are looking for more information, please contact our reference team using our…"
I know this post is almost a year old, but I thought I would post an update.
If you are not already aware, NAA recently reduced our copying charges for these records from $75.90 per record to $39.90 per record. We hope that this will…"
Unfortunately, the National Archives cannot assist with this inquiry. We are the archives of the Commonwealth government so most of our records date from 1901 onwards.
There are State government archives which hold records relating to the…"
I'm not sure if the National Archives can assist with this. We are the archives of the Commonwealth government so most of our records date from 1901 onwards. Moreover, we only hold records created by the Commonwealth, not by State or…"
Under the CRS system, our records are organised in a hierarchical structure.
First, we have the agencies that create records. Each agencies creates 'series' of records, which are collections of records that are in a common format,…"
I would suggest that you have a look at our Researching war service guide. Relevant details would be in his service record and the unit diaries held by the Australian War Memoruial. See the guide for further…"