World War II Through Polish Eyes: In the Nazi-Soviet Grip
Intertwining the fate of a country with the life of one Polish family, this book tells the story of a Polish girl who attempted to outwit the Nazis and the Soviets. The events are true and based on extensive oral accounts of the participants and documents released only in Polish and never before available in English, including original Auschwitz letters and Nazi exhumation documents.
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The Roosevelt Administration was determined to contain the public debate over
Katyn. The British and American press consistently ignored the subject of Katyn
but the issue represented an open wound for the Polish community. In 1944 ...
Not many people realize, though, that in Katyn only about 4,100 prisoners from
Kozielsk are buried. No one knows yet for sure the final burial place of 3,920
prisoners from Starobielsk and 6,500 prisoners from Ostashkov.16 But we have
371-372. 2. Allen Paul, Katyn; The Untold Story of Stalin 's Polish Massacre (
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1991), p. 282. 3. J. K. Zawodny, Death in the Forest; The
Story of the Katyń Forest Massacre (University of Notre Dame Press, 1962), p. 41.