In Nazi-occupied Poland, schools, courts and newspapers were operated by the Polish Underground secretly, right under the nose of the Gestapo. The author who was liaison officer between the underground and the exiled Polish government in London, wrote this amazing report right after the liberation.In Nazi-occupied Poland, schools, courts and newspapers were operated by the Polish Underground secretly, right under the nose of the Gestapo. The author who was liaison officer between the underground and the exiled Polish government in London, wrote this amazing report right after the liberation.Read Less
Fair. No Dust Jacket. Cover is lightly worn or soiled, with shelf edge wear and bumped corners. Binding is slightly loose and may show slight spine lean. Pages may contain former owner name, occasional underlining or marks, light reading wear or soiling.
Good. No Dust Jacket. Cover shows significant edge wear and bumps, may have soiling, stains or water marks. Binding appears gently read, but still square and tight. Pages may contain former owner name or book plate and light reading wear.
Good. No dust jacket. vi, 391 p. 20 cm. 1st ed w Karski's 2000 NY Times obituary laid in (which caused an offset stain). Staining and slight fraying on cover, corners bumped, owners label pasted onto ffep, pages tanned, else text clean, binding tight.
Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Houghton Mifflin Hardcover with No Dustjacket Good+ Condition. Red cloth boards with black lettering imprinted on cover and stamped on spine. Book is unmarked, clean, untorn and fresh looking. Rough cut on fore edge and lower edge. Karski was a member of the Polish underground, he details the Polish resistance fight, recounts his exploits, describes the realities of the Holocaust. In some publications he is known as the man who first informed the West about the German camps and treatment of Jewish prisoners. He was unable to convince political leaders or American Jewish leaders of the truth of the camps. Jan Karski is a pseudonym of Jan Kozielewski. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1944 First Edition. 5.25" x 7.75" tall; 391pp. with Postscript.
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