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British-Polish kin through the moment global conflict have been dogged via the truth that Polish calls for at the Soviet Union threatened Soviet family with Britain and the USA, and Soviet participation within the battle. during this e-book Anita Prazmowska relates British rules and war-time technique to Polish expectancies and rules. She describes a sad scenario the place Polish squaddies have been trapped among the unrealistic plans in their govt and the tough realities of a battle that they fought for Britain with out prospect of a passable final result for them or their state.

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