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Poland's fate in the early days of the Blitzkrieg in 1939 is well known, but the struggles of the Poles who escaped the Nazis and were deported to the Gulag by the Soviets, or of those who went underground in order to fight another day, have been largely forgotten. Many who fought back against Nazism came from a group of more than one million Poles deported to slave labor Poland's fate in the early days of the Blitzkrieg in 1939 is well known, but the struggles of the Poles who escaped the Nazis and were deported to the Gulag by the Soviets, or of those who went underground in order to fight another day, have been largely forgotten. Many who fought back against Nazism came from a group of more than one million Poles deported to slave labor camps in the USSR. This book recounts the story of the airmen, soldiers, sailors, and women and children who were scattered as widely as Scotland, Siberia, Persia, Kenya, Mexico, India and Australia, but who jointly made their stand against tyranny. This amazing story of courage and fortitude is beautifully told, using a range of previously unpublished witness accounts and rare images set against a sweeping historical backdrop that goes far beyond most academic texts in a way that brings history vividly to life.


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Poland's fate in the early days of the Blitzkrieg in 1939 is well known, but the struggles of the Poles who escaped the Nazis and were deported to the Gulag by the Soviets, or of those who went underground in order to fight another day, have been largely forgotten. Many who fought back against Nazism came from a group of more than one million Poles deported to slave labor Poland's fate in the early days of the Blitzkrieg in 1939 is well known, but the struggles of the Poles who escaped the Nazis and were deported to the Gulag by the Soviets, or of those who went underground in order to fight another day, have been largely forgotten. Many who fought back against Nazism came from a group of more than one million Poles deported to slave labor camps in the USSR. This book recounts the story of the airmen, soldiers, sailors, and women and children who were scattered as widely as Scotland, Siberia, Persia, Kenya, Mexico, India and Australia, but who jointly made their stand against tyranny. This amazing story of courage and fortitude is beautifully told, using a range of previously unpublished witness accounts and rare images set against a sweeping historical backdrop that goes far beyond most academic texts in a way that brings history vividly to life.

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