- Oral history with Anna Kauliņa, 2000 March 20 (excerpt)
- Kauliņa, Anna, 1925-, Neimane, Lelde, and Reinholds, Aivars
- Anna remembers her father Jānis Kauliņš, Latvia’s Minister for Agriculture. Anna describes the first Soviet occupation starting from June 1940. Together with her mother Lilija and brother Jānis she was deported from Jelgava during the first mass deportation in June 1941 to the Krasnoyarsk Oblast, Siberia, Russia. Her father was separated from the rest of the family and deported to the Novosibirsk Oblast’s 1st Novosibirsk prison where he was shot in 1942. Anna describes the details of everyday life and fishing in a forced resettlement. She recalls the death of her mother in 1943. Anna was released in 1956 and returned to the Latvian SSR in 1957. She describes life and work after the return, and shows photos made by her brother during the forced resettlement.