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2,265 words Information of the various ways members of the Polish Armed forces left Poland after it had been invaded by the Germans so as to regroup, join the Allies, and continue to fight Germany.
2,165 words The story of one young future Squadron 303 aviator and his long and perilous trek in 1940-42 from occupied German occupied Poland via the Middle East, Africa and both South and North America to England where he join the Polish Air Force
1,035 words A personal account of a journey from Poland in 1939 to ended in 1943 in Britain where he became a member of Squadron 304 of the Polish Air Force.
6,825 words The personal story of a reserve officer in the Polish Air Force who, leaving Poland in September 1939 made it to Britain and Squadron 207 of the Polish Air Force via Rumania, Lebanon, Egypt, France and North Africa.
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