Teresa Pawlowska New Book on Historical Account of World War II
All historical accounts agree that the German occupation of Poland during World War II was horrific, but in her new Polish-language book "OBIETNICA CÓRKI" (published by AuthorHouse) author Teresa Pawlowska presents readers with a personal, emotional chronicle of that time.
Pawlowska describes how, on Feb. 20, 1945, she and her family received a warm letter from her father describing how he hoped to return home and take care of them after the war was over. With the Nazis all but defeated, they expected him home any day.
But he never arrived.
In "OBIETNICA CÓRKI" Pawlowska takes readers through the years-long journey she and her family undertook to find out what happened to their father. "This is the true story of how we looked for our Daddy," she says. "Many people after WWII were doing the same thing. The horror of missing families and the pain of loneliness and the unknown is very painful."
By Teresa Pawlowska
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781481774918
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 142 pages | ISBN 9781481774925
E-Book | 142 pages | ISBN 9781481774901
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Teresa Pawlowska was born in the village of Szoldry, near Poznan. As a little girl she lived in the terror of World War II. Her searches for her father's fate took her to the U.S. and the Holocaust Museum. She is also the author of "A Daughter's Promise."
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