Nigdy, nigdy mnie nie złapiecie

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Rebis, 2001 - Ardennes, Battle of the, 1944-1945 - 162 pages
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"Two people play a by no means trivial role in the life of young Albert; his grandfather, who on the cradle of death told him the story of the family Du Aime, as well as his grandmother, who until her death received letters written from university, and later from the [war] front. In 1944 the American reserves joined the great invasion of Europe. Among them was the 19-year old Albert du Aime. For him, landing at Normandy was a traumatic experience, which made a tremendous influence on the young man. Albert likewise participated in the battle in the Ardennes, from where he ended up in a Paris hospital, seriously wounded. Letters which he wrote to his grandmother helped him to survive the most difficult time there. But when it seemed that the worst was over, the nightmares of war returned ..."--Translated from p. [4] of cover.

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