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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Had we continued with mobilization after August 25 , we would have been able to
put up a much stronger defense ! " “ Would that matter ? ” Danusia lowers her
voice . “ Eventually we would be defeated anyway , only with bigger casualties ...
Our forces continued fighting long after the Soviet invasion . Warsaw was fighting
until October , our last regular unit capitulated at Kock on October 6 , and the
Hubal Light Cavalry continued fighting on their own for six more months . ” “ Well ,
Mokotów and Żoliborz , the last two districts of Warsaw , continued their solitary
fighting until the General Command of the Home Army forced them to capitulate
on September 30 . The Warsaw Capitulation Act was signed on October 2 , 1944