By Devil's Luck: A Tale of Resistance in Wartime Warsaw
Mainstream, 1 janv. 2001 - 206 pages
"Stanislaw became a clandestine student as well as a soldier of the underground, joining the Kedyw (Directorate of Sabotage) select unit and specialising in acts of sabotage against the occupying forces, as well as carrying out sentences of the underground Court of Justice. By Devil's Luck is Stanislaw's unforgettable memoir of the realities of life during war, in which he describes some of the more daring actions he had to undertake during the years of Warsaw's occupation."--BOOK JACKET.
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