Their army defeated by the Nazis and their hopes directed toward Russia, several Polish families and individuals courageously struggle to survive despite imprisonment, betrayal, and a single-minded attempt to destroy them
21 pages matching Ostyaks in this book
Results 1-3 of 21
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Abel anyway asked become believe Bolsheviks boots Bronka camp Catherine child cold Comrade cried dark dead death door dream Emil Esterka everything eyes face father fear feel fire frozen gray hands happened head hear heard human Itzek Fogel Janek Jankele Jews judas window Jurek Kepi kind knew Kobza Kozielsk Langenfeld Latrun laughed light listen live longer looked Lw6w Mann-Bielecki matter memory Mendeltort Meyer mind morning Moscow mouth moved never night NKVD nodded officer once Ostyaks pain Pan Zygmunt Pani Mosinska perhaps Poland Poles Polish army Poremba priest prison Red Corner remember Russian seemed shadows shouted smile Smolensk snow soldiers someone Soviet Stalin Starobielsk suddenly sure Surma talk Tarski tell There's thing thought tion told Traurig turned Ukrainian Uzbek Vilno voice waiting wall watched whispered wind woman women young Zarubin