Warsaw 1944

An Insurgent's Journal of the Uprising

Book Description

A rare account of the gallant but doomed 1944 Warsaw Uprising. --Military History Monthly

  • A tragic yet inspiring first-person account of the uprising of Polish fighters against their Nazi occupiers during World War II
  • Memorable episodes include the author's escape from a German execution squad while his mother was murdered in the next room
  • Captures the patriotism, courage, and determination of the Poles

  • About the Author

    Zbigniew Czajkowski commanded an elite unit in the Polish Underground during World War II. He was captured by the Germans during the uprising and sent to a POW camp. He died in 1999.

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