The new edition in paperback contains an addendum by the author in which he briefly discusses Sikorski's government in exile after World War Ii and the strangling controlof the communist Soviet Union. -- Polish American Journal
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After only 21 years of turbulent independence, Poland was again overrun by a powerful neighbor, when in 1939 the German army invaded the country, pushing the Polish government into exile. This riveting narrative describes the cataclysmic events from 1918-1939 that led to the demise of Poland's short-lived independence, and recounts the career of Jozef Pilsudski, the revolutionary whose romanticcause won the admiration of everyone from Polish Jews to Adolf Hitler.