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Stolen Lives, a new controversial UK novel to legitimize Poland's communist goverment


boru 2 | 5
10 Oct 2010 #1
The new controversial UK novel Stolen Lives by Jan Kusmirek seeks to legitamise the forces that took a firefight to the post war Communist government. Were these men heroes as the book suggests or bandits as history portrays them?
AdamKadmon 2 | 508
10 Oct 2010 #2
jankusmirek.com/stolen-lives.php - Stolen Lives
1jola 14 | 1,879
10 Oct 2010 #3
Sounds like a good read, and so do his other books. Not sure what is controversial though. The soldiers who fought the communist invaders and their traitor helpers were heroes indeed and we pay tribute to them, well, some of us anyway. Cześć ich pamięci!

On this forum, I'm one the four people who reads books like these; the rest are hopeless leftists not even aware or indifferent of the sacrifices these fine men and women made for this country.
Trevek 26 | 1,702
10 Oct 2010 #4
Looks good.

On this forum, I'm one the four people who reads books like these; the rest are hopeless leftists not even aware or indifferent of the sacrifices these fine men and women made for this country.

Have you read "Nine Lives" by Waldemar Lotnik?

serifbooks.co.uk/books/history/?book=27


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