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 prisoners from Pawiak consisted mostly of political and religious activists,
lawyers, doctors, and officers.2 At the time of Jozek' s arrival in Auschwitz,
German criminals operated the camp. The very first prisoners arrived there in
May of 1940 ...
The most dramatic ones are those of the political prisoners who came to
Auschwitz through the Gestapo prisons like Pawiak. The images of bestial
tortures and killings are engraved in their psyches. Their night terrors only grow
stronger and ...
"I have to go to him!" "He is at Pawiak, Mama. They won't let you in. ..." The word
Pawiak paralyzes the women. No one gets out of Pawiak alive. Mama stares at
Zbyszek in silence. "My Daddy, my Daddy!" Danusia bursts into hysterical tears.