Pavel of Poland

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Xlibris Corporation, Nov 1, 2012 - Fiction - 174 pages
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"Pavel of Poland" is set in WW II, 1943-1947. Pavel, who helps his grandfather farm and is married to Magda, is swept away with Jews of his town and taken to Auschwitz. Pavel endures horrors, hard work and starvation. He and friend Tomas, captured similarly, survive to early 1945, escape and walk across Poland finding many kind farmers who help them. And two horrific scenes of man's depravity that shape Pavel's life.
Meanwhile Magda, assuming Pavel is lost, marries Stan, and they have twin girls. Pavel needs Stan to stay until Pavel regains his strength. The two men are able to forgive each other. Tomas' home has been destroyed, and he comes to Pavel for help. This allows Pavel to pursue studying in Krakow toward teaching or writing. There he finds Tanya, Tomas' missing wife. Pavel and Tanya return to Pavel's farm for a happy reunion for Tomas and Tanya.

 

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Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
7
CHAPTER I
11
CHAPTER II
16
CHAPTER III
19
CHAPTER IV
22
CHAPTER V
24
CHAPTER VI
27
CHAPTER VII
29
CHAPTER XXI
69
CHAPTER XXII
74
CHAPTER XXIII
79
CHAPTER XXIV
87
CHAPTER XXV
91
CHAPTER XXVI
98
CHAPTER XXVII
105
CHAPTER XXVIII
108

CHAPTER VIII
31
CHAPTER IX
35
CHAPTER X
37
CHAPTER XI
40
CHAPTER XII
42
CHAPTER XIII
44
CHAPTER XIV
49
CHAPTER XV
52
CHAPTER XVI
54
CHAPTER XVII
56
CHAPTER XVIII
58
CHAPTER XIX
63
CHAPTER XX
66
CHAPTER XXIX
114
CHAPTER XXX
119
CHAPTER XXXI
126
CHAPTER XXXII
132
CHAPTER XXXIII
136
CHAPTER XXXIV
140
CHAPTER XXXV
148
CHAPTER XXXVI
151
CHAPTER XXXVII
156
CHAPTER XXXVIII
160
CHAPTER XXXIX
167
CHAPTER XL
171
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