Ms. Danuta T. Ryduchowski was born in Warsaw, Poland. She witnessed rebuilding of her country after its total destruction by German and Soviet Nazis during the World War II. Raised in the communist country, she immigrated to USA in 1983. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Warsaw and she is a professionally licensed civil/structural engineer who specializes in the NYC bridges' reconstruction. Working in Manhattan, she currently resides in New Jersey.
On The One Way Streets Of Manhattanby Danuta T. Ryduchowski
It is a story about hardships of life under the communist regime in the country betrayed by its allies. It also tells about building a new life in the "wild-west" America. The story is told through remembrance of author's
This is a tale about a personal journey: from Warsaw to New York; from Poland to the United States of America; from Europe to America.
It is a story about hardships of life under the communist regime in the country betrayed by its allies. It also tells about building a new life in the "wild-west" America. The story is told through remembrance of author's parents and introduces the reader both to realities of life in the previous Eastern Europe as well as to the new immigrant's real-life experiences in USA. This is an inspiring story for anyone to read.
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