Warsaw Rising (Politics in Action, #5)
In August 1944, as Russian forces approached Warsaw, the Poles rose with enthusiasm to liberate their capital city from the German oppressors. They were confronted by a force of the SS thugs and convicts, using methods of appalling brutality. After two months of heroic resistance they surrendered. Could the Russians have intervened to prevent the disaster?
Paperback, 160 pages
Published April 1972 by Ballantine Books
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