Warsaw: ARS Print Production, 1995. 638p. A large English language account of Poles who served in World War II. The author was a third year law student when Poland was invaded. He served in the 10th Mounted Rifles Regiment of the 1st Armoured Division under General Maczek. His camera was ever at his side so this volume has over 500 photographs, maps, notes on timelines from end of World War I to 1945. It is the definitive volume on the role of the Polish soldier in the Second World War. (Inventory #: 018795)
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