"Dying, We Live - The Personal Chronicle of a Young Freedom Fighter in Warsaw (1939-1945)" by Julian Eugeniusz Kulski. Hardback first edition, 340 pages illustrated with black and white photographs. Discarded libarary book with plastic wrapper on the dust jacket, does have the marking of a library book. This book is the amazing memoirs of a remarkable youth who came of age in war torn, Nazi-occupied Warsaw. On September 1st, 1939, the Germans started World War II by invading Poland. Julian E. Kulski, protestant son of the Mayor of Warsaw, was only ten years old when the war began. Yet he joined the Polish resistance, witnessed the Ghetto Uprising of 1943, was jailed by the Gestapo, and after his release, fought with the Polish Home Army. Kulski found himself in a Prisoner-of-War camp in Germany before the was sixteen. This is his story.
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