Thank you so much for your enthusiastic words on my work. I am happy you
enjoyed the stories.
"Noble Flight" was written that people have a better understanding of those
horrifically turbulent days at the onset of WWII and continuing hardships as
the war continued -- that future generations know what some of their
forefathers experienced -- which can be read in an enjoyable format more
like a novel rather than a history book. Some educators are using "Noble
Flight" as a compliment to the study of WWII with the book on Anne Franks,
though in "Noble Flight", Terenia is not Jewish and survives the war with a
very positive attitude despite hardship and loss.
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 9:45 AM, Helen Bitner <helen.bitner@...>wrote:
> I have just read "Noble Flight" by one of our members Chris Gniewosz
> and found it to be not simply enjoyable and informative but riveting.
> Since joining the group, I have been reading history after history
> book,letters, memoirs, reports and lectures on the subject of Poland's
> contribution to the Allies in WWII, and on the Deportation of over one
> and a half million Poles to Siberia and Kazakhstan. My husband's
> family were among the deportees. What I got from reading this
> particular book was a greater emotional understanding - a feeling
> of what it was like to be in the Kresy during the first weeks of
> September 1939. I got the book on Amazon.
> Helen Bitner-G
> Colchester U.K.
Published by Chris Gniewosz
"Noble Youth - Adventures of Fourteen Siblings Growing Up on a Polish
"Noble Flight - A Family's Exodus and Survival During World War II"
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