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  • Krysia: A Polish Girl's Stolen Childhood During World War II
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    Pages : 192

    by: Krystyna Mihulka Krystyna Poray Goddu

    Publisher: pChicago Review Press

    description

    A young girl endures life as a political prisoner.

    In 1939, when Krystyna “Krysia” Mihulka was 9, Russia invaded Poland. Her straightforward first-person narration, crafted with the assistance of Goddu, is convincingly childlike though not without the occasional poetic flair. She recounts how her lawyer father went into hiding and ... more

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    2017-01-01

    ISBN-10: 1613734417

    ISBN-13: 9781613734414

    Language: English

  • Shadow Warriors of World War II: The Daring Women of the OSS and SOE
    Views : 345
    Pages : 304

    by: Gordon Thomas Greg Lewis

    Publisher: pChicago Review Press

    description

    A group biography of the fearless young women who became secret agents during World War II.

    Award-winning journalists Thomas (Operation Exodus: From the Nazi Death Camps to the Promised Land: A Perilous Journey That Shaped Israel's Fate, 2010, etc.) and Lewis (A Bullet Saved My Life: The Remarkable Adventures of Bob Peters more

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    2017-01-01

    ISBN-10: 1613730861

    ISBN-13: 9781613730867

    Language: English