MY NAME IS MILLION by Anonymous
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MY NAME IS MILLION

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This is what Polish Profile might have been and wasn't -- a deeply moving, graphic story of Poland, gallantly attempting the impossible, and of fifty five days of attack, seige, escape. The author is an English novelist, married to a Pole, living at the time of which she writes -- in Poland, and loving the country and the people. Implicit in her story is the life of Warsaw, of the countryside, before the war, and during the summer when war clouds hung low. Beyond that, it is a story of an invincible spirit that will survive everything -- and an unforgettable picture of modern warfare, in sharp contrast to the idea of war we have from previous experiences.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1940
Publisher: Macmillan