in Ravensbrück by Karolina Lanckoronska
in Ravensbrück by Countess Karolina Lanckoronska (2007, Da Capo Books).
Watch for a review soon of this memoir by a Polish resistance fighter.
This is not a Holocaust book but an important record by a heroic woman
of how the Nazi and Soviet occupations affected Polish citizens during
World War II. Before Countess Lanckoronska arrives in Ravensbrück,
two thirds of her memoir recounts her activities in the Polish underground.
(In Gemma La Guardia Gluck's memoir, she mentions the Countess.)
NOTE: Dr. Rochelle G. Saidel reviewed this book at length for Women's
Review of Books, November-December 2007 issue. See complete
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