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Most people are familiar with the Nazi atrocities of World War II committed against the Jews. Far less commonly known, however, are the experiences of the Poles of Eastern Poland
at the hands of the occupying Soviet army.
Far From My Home, Never to Return: A Polish Child's WWII Memoir is a first-person account chronicling the dire peril and adversity endured and suffered by one of these Polish families through the eyes of a young Nadia Bogdaniec, who was only eight years old when the Soviets first arrived in her village in 1939.
Shortly after the Soviets' arrival, over a million Poles were forcefully deported by the Soviets from Eastern Poland to various regions of the USSR, including Siberia, to be worked
or starved to death in the Soviet labor camps.
Most of them would never escape. This is a unique true story of hope and survival in the face of this utterly dire peril and extreme adversity.

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Far From My Home, Never to Return: A Polish Child's WWII Memoir
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Far from my home never to return. A
July 22nd, 2014
A very good account of the Polish people and what they endured during World War 2.
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