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A Homeland Denied: In the Footsteps of a Polish POW Paperback – 27 Oct 2016
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`... not only a military history book, but a story for everyone... Irena paints a vivid picture of her father's dramatic and poignant story.' Kingsbridge Gazette -------------------- `...gives another perspective on the hardships that Poles faced during and after World War II... using vivid descriptions, Kossakowski also interweaves the actions of world leaders and the events that caused the suffering and deaths of millions of people and her family's suffering and losses specifically.' Polish American Journal -------------------- `...is a masterful storyteller and writer. The tale of her father's recollections of life - and death - in a Russian forced labour camp reads like the plot of a finely crafted novel; what makes it more powerful is that it is reality'. The Am-Pol Eagle
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