- There is also a very good DVD called No Ordinary Countess by Mieczyslawa Wazacz made in 2011 about Krystyna Skarbek. I don t think it is widely available butMessage 1 of 6 , May 21, 2013View SourceThere is also a very good DVD called No Ordinary Countess by Mieczyslawa Wazacz made in 2011 about Krystyna Skarbek. I don't think it is widely available but if someone would like a copy please e-mail me privately and I will give you details of how to get a copy.
Clare Mulley author of The Spy Who Loved came to Manchester last year and gave an excellent talk about her book which was very interesting and I believe she did a similar talk in London before that.
All the best.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "annapacewicz" <annapacewicz@...> wrote:
> The Polish Heritage Society in the UK have just erected a monument for her. See the link. There was a lot coverage in the UK press:
> Anna Pacewicz
- http://www.archeologiafotografii.pl/en/node/1833 an album of photographs of prewar polesieMessage 2 of 6 , Jan 12View Sourcehttp://www.archeologiafotografii.pl/en/node/1833
an album of photographs of prewar polesie
- Thanks for sharing the link for Zofia Chomętowska s book, Polesie. It s been very difficult for me to find information and pictures from the Polesie areaMessage 3 of 6 , Jan 13View Source
Thanks for sharing the link for Zofia Chomętowska's book, Polesie. It's been very difficult for me to find information and pictures from the Polesie area around Pinsk, so I appreciate everything that I learn about. I'll also need to take a look at "The Spy who Loved" and "No Ordinary Countess". I haven't finished going through the Kresy-Siberia archives yet, so I hope to find more sources.
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