Part 1: A BETTER DAY HAS NOT COME 1.The Changes came quickly 2.The Camps 3.The Road to Uzbekistan 4.Fergana, Uzbekistan 5.The Meeting 6.The Journey 7.In Pahlavi 8.Teheran 9.Santa Rosa
Part 2: WARTANOWICZ FAMILY VINEYARDS IN PODOLE 10.Eugeniusz Wartanowicz, an Armenian From Dzwiniacz 11.Jozef Wartanowicz and his Vineyards 12.Anulka, the daughter of Marian-a Podolan from Johannesburg 13.Seven Surviving Letters 14.Diary of Krystyna Wartanowicz 15.Persia 16.Joasia Born in Zambia 17.When it rained, the Ground Dried Quickly 18.Anna-a Podolan from Krasnica 19.Mieczek-Keys to the Mercedes tied with a Blue Ribbon
Part 3: ANNEX 20.Jozef Wartanowicz: Fruit and wine Production of the Warm Podole 21.Edward Fonferko: Economic Conditions of Warm Podole from the Viewpoint of Interest of Town Intelligentsia
Part 4: THE FATES OF POLISH FAMILIES: THE KRASICKIS 22.The War of 1939 23.In memoriam of Captain of the Polish Air Force Witold Krasicki 24.Janusz Krasicki - the Pilot and History friend 25.The Changes 26.The Memorable Flights of Glider Pilots Part 5:"LET OUR FATE BE A WARNING TO YOU": WANDA OSSOWSKA 27.The Little One from Neustadt-Glewe INDEX.
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The Polish Experience through World War II explores Polish history through the lives of people touched by the war. The touching and terrible experiences of these people are laid bare by straightforward, first-hand accounts, including not only the hardships of deportation and concentration and refugee camps, but also the price paid by the officers killed or taken as prisoners during WWII and the families they left behind. Ziolkowska-Boehm reveals the difficulties of these women and children when, having lost their husbands and fathers, their travails take them through Siberia, Persia, India, and then Africa, New Zealand, or Mexico. (source: Nielsen Book Data)