Story of a Secret State
The story of life in Poland during the Nazi occupation. A secretly operating school system, courts, sentences carried out, clandestine newspapers... Karski, who served as a messenger between the Polish Home Army and the exiled Polish government in London, was captured and tortured by the Nazis but lived to tell about it. Often used as a text in college history courses.
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