Raised in a poor area of Warsaw with her father and five siblings, Olenka despises the city life. To her, being close to nature is as vital as breathing. Olenka is spirited and sociable, always eager to provide guests with something to eat or drink and maybe a drinking glass of vodka for the men. If someone declines, she gives it away to them anyway.
The New OrderEdit
The Nazis stormed into the mental hospital, Anya and her parents worked at, with orders to execute all the patients. During the process, Anya's parents were killed. Anya and another patient B.J Blazkowicz were able to escape and made their way to her grandparents' house. The elder couple watched as they pull over. As Anya explained to her grandparents what happened, B.J finds out that Friedrich Keller, the Nazi officer responsible for the hospital massacre was hiding in the car they escaped with. B.J overpowers Keller and drags him to Anya's grandparents so they can see the man who caused their daughter's death. A weeping Olenka approaches Keller and strikes him with weak strength.