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 camp in Kozielsk is located in an old, gigantic monastery turned by the
Soviets into a heavily guarded prison. Despite its grim appearance, arriving at
Kozielsk is like coming to a miniature Poland, an unforgettable, uplifting
trial, no one understands the Finns better than the Poles at Kozielsk. The Finns
know, like the Poles three months earlier, that yielding to the tormentor once will
only bring about more demands. Like the Poles a few months earlier, the Finns
had murdered all Polish prisoners held in the camps at Kozielsk, Ostashkov, and
Starobielsk.15 The murders were carried out during the six-week period in the
spring of 1940. Today, this genocide is known as Katyh Murders. Not many