Video — 1 videodisc (89 min.) : sd. col. with b&w archival sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Father and daughter, separated during World War II, try to meet in Berlin in 1961. He travels from Soviet Lithuania, she from the United States. The KGB follow the father, hoping to lure the daughter back to the East. Trying to save one another from a trap, the father and daughter are ready to give up their long anticipated meeting.--Summary adapted from IMDB.
Correspondence, writings, bibliographies, notes, catalogs, bulletins, biographical data, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the post-1939 Polish émigré press, Polish émigré journalists, and notable Polish émigrés in the United States and especially in California. Includes some collected papers of Polish émigrés and records of Polish émigré organizations in the United States.
Memoirs, other speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, dispatches, legal and diplomatic agreements, and printed matter, relating to interwar Polish foreign relations; Polish participation in the League of Nations; Polish diplomacy during World War II, especially with regard to Great Britain; and postwar analysis of political conditions in Poland and Europe.