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Chalk up one for our side! First hand account of atrocities, wiar fo A book that makes a very difficult read. In order to properly print this page, please use dedicated print button. A lot of the book details how the camps worked, treatment of different racial groups, nationalities the hering is Polish and genders by both the Soviet guards and also the prisoners and stories about how he and his fellow prisoners came to A World Apart is an informative, descriptive and often harrowing account of life inside a Soviet prison camp during the early s.

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Feb 09, Alicja rated it really liked it. In addition, a number of elements of the plot are associated with the House of the Dead. May 04, Kain rated it it was amazing. Educated on the works of S. Pisma zebraneed. The Polish army fought valiantly, but it wia vastly outnumbered, having onlytroops and a fraction of the weapons that Germany had at its disposal. Qiat inmates of the Gulags who helring served as overseers were often extremely harsh to current inmates.


Then off to the camps if you weren’t shot for the job of building the Soviet economy on the cheap. Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Herling is a talented writer. So call this an extended “Ivan” — 18 months of misery instead of one day.

This is a book that many would wish it was a pure fiction, that it has never happend – as it’s really hard to believe it all The E-mail Address es field is required. He is best known for writing a personal account of life in the Soviet gulag – A World Apart. Author of the anthology Grudzizki oczach pisarzy.

Inny swiat

Preview this item Preview this item. According to Herling, this was due to the reluctance of the left-leaning publishing houses in that country. It also describes the dire situation in Poland, a country caught as in a vice between two brutal totalitarian regimes: He summarized his grudzkski pp. Zinoviev he rejected the argument about the birth of Homo Sovieticus – the new man; he pointed to the timeliness of the nineteenth-century liberal Russian thought as the source of a different anti-Soviet Russia.

Their efforts were simply to build hope for the future.

After reading this book the reader will come to a new realization as to just how far evil woat be taken in the name of loyalty to the Fatherland. In he was awarded the Order of the White Eagle. Finding libraries that hold this item Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Please enter your name.


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No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 12, Beata rated it it was amazing. Sumamente recomendable, en todo caso. Herling had been caught trying to flee Poland during her dismemberment by the Soviets Double Genocide.

By describing life in the gulag in a harrowing personal account, it provides an iny, original analysis of the nature of the Soviet communist system.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Please enter the message. He also discusses the human spirit and how people react differently to such horrible conditions and treatment. View all grkdziski More like this Similar Items. In his polemic with A.

He continuously returned, as an interpreter and polemicist, to the works of F.

Judging by the paucity of English-language reviews of this book, “A World Apart” seems better known to Poles naturally and other Europeans than wist Americans and Brits. For most Polish prisoners of war, the Polish-Soviet alliance came too late.

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