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"Male dziewczynki z duzej wsi" By Walerian Domanski 303 Squadron: The Legendary Battle of Britain Fighter Squadron - Softcover 304 Squadron
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This is the second collection of short stories in English by Walerian Domanski, after “The Dog called Hitler.” In his stories, the author presents the effect of the dilettante Communist government in Poland from the perspective of the common citizens. The summer of 1940 and the Battle of Britain—the darkest days of World War II. France, Poland, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Norway had all been crushed by the powerful Nazi German war machine. Great Britain stood alone, fighting for i 304 Squadron - History of the successful Polish Coastal Command Squadron in RAF. Polish pilots flown Battles, Welligtons and Warwicks. It contains: * Superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings, rare b+w and colour archive photographs.
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By Arkady Fiedler By Mariusz Konarski
315 Squadron A History of Polish Christianity A History Of The Polish Americans
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History of the most succesfull Polish Fighter Squadron in RAF. Polish pilots flown Huricanes, Spitfires nad Mustangs. It contains: * Superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings, rare b+w archive photographs. This is the only single-volume history of Christianity in Poland, a subject at the core of religious history and European secular history alike. The book covers the development of Polish Christianity from the tenth century to the present, placing it in th In the last, rootless decade families, neighborhoods, and communities have disintegrated in the face of gripping social, economic, and technological changes. Th is process has had mixed results. On the positive side, it has produced a mobile, volatile
By Wojtek Matusiak, Robert Gretzyngier, Piotr Wisniewski By Jerzy Kloczowski
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A Homeland Denied: In the Footsteps of a Polish POW A Military Government in Exile A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Camps
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A Homeland Denied follows the horrific journey of Waclaw Kossakowski, a young Warsaw University student whose peaceful life was changed dramatically and with far reaching consequences that fateful day of 1st September, 1939. This is a biography of one of the most undervalued commanders of the Second World War, General Stanislaw Maczek, a soldier overlooked by most military historians in the West both because he was Polish and above politics. A daughter’s account of her mother’s wartime experiences and postwar struggle to rebuild her life
By Irena Kossakowski
By Evan McGilvray By Barbara Rylko-Bauer
A Question of Honor - The Kosciuszko Squadron - Forgotten Heroes of World War II A Republic Lost - Rzeczpospolita Utracona A Traveller's History of Poland
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A Question of Honor is the gripping, little-known, and brilliantly told story of the scores of Polish fighter pilots who helped save England during the Battle of Britain and of their stunning betrayal by the United States and England at the end of World W This album is a journey across a Polish Republic that is no more. It has disappeared for ever, not as result of normal civilization development and natural social processes, but as a result of the cataclysm that befell it after 1939. In A Traveller’s History of Poland, John Radzilowski vividly describes the beginnings of the country, first fragmented then reborn.  Poland enjoyed a Golden Age in the 15th and 16th centuries, but a gradual decline then led to a loss of autonomy....
by Lynne Olson and Stanley Cloud By Tomasz Labuszewski
by John Radzilowski
A Warsaw Notebook After the Deluge - Lithuania and the Second Northern War 1655-1660 Alexander Lednicki: A Pole Among Russians and a Russian Among Poles
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Truly exceptional varsavianum - a literary notebook containing excerpts from poems, novels, and essays by many renowned authors and beautiful photographs depicting old-time and contemporary Warsaw Literary notebook containing "Warsaw-oriented" excerpts The Swedish invasion of 1655, known to Poles ever since as the "Swedish Deluge", provoked the political and military collapse of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the second largest state in Europe. Although the Swedes were ultimately driven out, the "S A central figure in the Russian and Polish liberation movements, Alexander Lednicki fought for Polish autonomy and for the right of all national minorities to cultural and political self-determination. He participated in the Union of Liberation, organized
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American Betrayal - Franklin Roosevelt Casts Poland into Communist Captivity Anders' Army: General Wladyslaw Anders and the Polish Second Corps 1941-46 Armies of the Russo-Polish War 1919-21
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The Poles were the first to fight the evil Nazi Germany and the coarse and brutal Russia in World War II.  They never ceased to combat the enemy "for your freedom and ours."  Polish soldiers fell gallantly on many battlefields, dedicating their hearts to Along with thousands of his compatriots, Wladyslaw Anders was imprisoned by the Soviets when they attacked Poland with their German allies in 1939\. They endured terrible treatment until the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 suddenly put Stalin In 1917 Poland was recognised as a state by Russia, but the Bolshevik coup threatened this. The Polish leader Marshal Pilsudski hurried to build an army around Polish World War I veterans, and in 1918 war broke out for Poland's independence, involving the
By Francis Casimir Kajencki By Evan McGilvray
By Nigel Thomas and Illustrator Adam Hook
Armoured Hussars: Images of the Polish 1st Armoured Division 1939-47 At Hanka's Table Avondale and Chicago's Polish Village: Images of America
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This wonderful album is a brilliant pictorial history of the 1st Polish Armored Division composed of about 250 photographs, documents and publications largely collected by WO1 Alexander Leon 'Manka' Jarzembowski, a veteran of 2nd Armored Regiment, as he s This is the touching story of the wife of one of the greatest Polish poster artists of the 20th century. It is the story of growing up in Poland during the 1960's and 70's, the struggles of living there and the couples eventual exit to the West.  Intersp Home to Chicago's Polish Village, impressive examples of sacred and industrial architecture, and the legendary Olson Waterfall, Avondale is often tagged as "the neighborhood that built Chicago." Images of America: Avondale and Chicago's Polish Village she
By Janusz Jarzembowski
by Hanka Sawka with Hanna Maria Sawka by Jacob Kaplan, Daniel Pogorzelski, Rob Reid and Elisa Addlesperger
Barykada by Walerian Domanski Between Two Evils Bison In The Bieszczady Mountains - Zubr W Bieszczadach - Wisent
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Barykada by Walerian Domanski This vivid memoir describes the author’s experiences as young girl in Poland, forced to flee to Warsaw after the Nazi bombing of Brest at the outbreak of World War II. She recounts the realities of life in occupied Poland, including the arrest by the Gest The Bieszczady bison is a timid and elusive animal.  It presents a serious challenge for a photographer.  "Bison-Zubr" captures this magnificent animal in its natural environment with 130 color photos.
signed by author By Lucyna B. Radlo by Kajetan Perzanowski, photographs by Tadeusz Budzinski
Britain and Poland, 1939 - 1943: The Betrayed Ally British WWI Aircraft in the Polish Airforce By The Light Of The Paraffin Lamp - W Kregu Swiatla Lampy Naftowej
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British-Polish relations during the Second World War were dogged by the fact that Polish demands on the Soviet Union threatened Soviet relations with Britain and the United States, and Soviet participation in the war. In this book Anita Prazmowska... The world will always remember November 1918 for the signing of the Armistice and the cessation of WWI. For the Polish nation, this meant freedom for the first time in 123 years. Discover through intriguing text and photographs how the Polish Air Force... By The Light Of The Paraffin Lamp - W Kregu Swiatla Lampy Naftowej
By Anita J. Prazmowska by Tomasz J. Kopanski By Jan Gancarski, Jacek Munia, Elzbieta Slys-Janusz, Maria Twarog, Stanislaw Wilga
Casimir Pulaski - Cavalry Commander of the American Revolution Casimir Pulaski in Polish and American Consciousness Casimir Pulaski: Soldier on Horseback
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General Casimir Pulaski an experienced and accomplished cavalry commander, came to America in 1777 to fight for American independence. He had passionately embraced liberty as his lifelong goal. Casimir Pulaski in Polish and American Consciousness Casimir Pulaski: Soldier on Horseback
by Francis Casimir Kajencki Edited by Janusz Maciejewski, Ewa Bem-Wisniewska and Jacek Wojcicki by David R. Collins
   
 
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