Null and Void: Poland: Case Study on Comparative Imperialism traces the history of Poland from the 1930s to the 1950s, dealing with the Nazi era and focusing especially on the Stalinist period. The contemporary relevance of the issues Poland faced is relayed through the vivid true story of a Polish freedom fighter, Halina. Null and Void intertwines non-fiction narrative and historical analysis. Halina's story illustrates and ties together the analysis. Flashes forward to Halina's life today integrate the history of WWII Poland with present-day America, shedding important light on the relevance of Halina's experience to our lives today.
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About the Author
M.B. Szonert is currently a writer in the Polish and American presses. She was Vice President of Key Corp in Cleveland Ohio, and has worked for the U.S. State Dept. Agency for International Development concerning emerging capital markets.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Preface Chapter 2 Prelude Chapter 3 Aggression Chapter 4 Oppression Chapter 5 Resistance against Nazis Chapter 6 Resistance against Soviets Chapter 7 Stalinist Gehenna Chapter 8 Stalinist Prison Chapter 9 Hope Chapter 10 Victory Part 11 Endnotes Part 12 Bibliography Part 13 Index Part 14 About the Author