The Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation, 1939-1944
"There is no doubt that from the very beginning of their occupation the Nazis were intent on destroying Poland as a nation, and in his absorbing account of wartime Poland, Richard Lucas outlines the variety of means that they employed for the purpose." --The New York Review of Books "A superior work." --Library Journal "An eloquent, gripping account." --Publisher's Weekly "Lukas tells the story with an outrage properly contained within the framework of a scholarly narrative." --Washington Post
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14 Korboński , who headed the Directorate of Civil Resistance , said the same thing . Two of the cables sent by Korboński , which have eluded previous researchers , have been found and conclusively prove that Polish government officials ...
On August 11 , 1942 , another message from Korboński read : From the Poznan Citadel Adolf Bniński disappeared without a trace . In Warsaw Chancellor ( of the university ) Tadeusz Pruszkowski was shot . From the ghetto , 7,000 ( people ) ...
On his way to a loft near Marszałkowska Street , where he would establish a transmitting and receiving station to contact London , Korbonski saw a young couple near a gate . The girl put her arms affectionately around the boy and kissed ...
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Though many nations were forced to endure Nazi tyranny during World War II, nowhere was its fury more devastating than in Poland. Poland suffered more than six million casualities and witnessed the ... Read full review
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