Story of a Secret State

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Simon Publications, 2001 - History - 391 pages
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In Nazi-occupied Poland, schools, courts and newspapers were operated by the Polish Underground secretly, right under the nose of the Gestapo. The author who was liaison officer between the underground and the exiled Polish government in London, wrote this amazing report right after the liberation.

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Contents

Defeat
1
Prisoner in Russia
16
Exchange and Escape
30
Copyright

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