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ISBN: 0375758275 / ISBN-13: 9780375758270

The Polish Officer

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September, 1939. The invading German Wehrmacht blazes a trail of destruction across Poland. Warsaw is surrounded. France and Britain declare war, ... Show synopsis

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  • The Polish Officer (Random House Trade) – Trade paperback (2001)
    by Alan Furst

    The Polish Officer

    Trade paperback, Random House Trade
    2001
    English
    320 pages

    ISBN: 0375758275
    ISBN-13: 9780375758270

    In 1939, as the German army ravages his country, Captain Alexander de Milja joins the intelligence service of the Polish underground and undertakes many daring and defiant missions. "The Polish Officer" is Furst at his best: masterfully suspenseful, brilliantly atmospheric, and surprising to the last page.

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junglechef

More WW2 Reality From Furst

by junglechef on Nov 10, 2011

Alan Furst writes about a part of WW2 that no author I have read touches upon. He explores the underground, the spying and the effect of the war on the lives of normal people just trying to be patriotic (in some cases) or just trying to exist and keep their things in tact (the French). His writing is raw, but richly sentimental; factual, yet filled with characters created by the circumstances. I hope he keeps cranking these things out. I have now read seven of his WW2 books and keep looking for more.

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