First days of WWII: newspaper vendor in London
The Second World War (1939-1945)
The Siberic Gehenna
The Millions of Poles Deported to the USSR in 1939-41
by Peter K. Gessner (630 words)
The Travails of the Poplewski Family
Translated by Peter K. Gessner & Wanda Slawinska (5,040 words)
You Have Half an Hour ...
Chapter 7 of Klaus Hergt's
Exiled to Siberia
Journey by Cattle Truck to the Frozen North
Chapter 6 of Eugene Krajewski's
Straws in the Wind
Beyond the Urals
Chapter 17 of Aleksander Topolski's
Adventures in wartime Russia
Slave Labor in Germany
Each village had its colony of Poles
passages from Alexander Janta's 1946 book
I Lied to Live
The Jedwabne Tragedy
translations by Peter K. Gessner from the Polish Press (28 ariticles, 44,100 words)
- 860 words
The Warsaw Ghetto
Life and Death in the Ghetto established by the Germans
(38 images, 2,000 words, 6 poems)
Warsaw Uprising of '44
The 1944 Warsaw Uprising - An assertion of sovereignty and hope
"For over two months ..."
by Peter K. Gessner (4,000 words)
The Uprising of August 1, 1944
by Łukasz Pajewski (2,100 words)
Battle of Britain
The Great Air Battle
by Rob Wyatt M.D. (2,110 words)
"My God, They Are Doing It!"
Chapter 8 of Lynne Olson and Stanley Cloud's
A Question of Honor - The Kosciuszko Squadron
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