During the most desperate year of the war—June 1940 fall of France to June 1941 German invasion of Soviet Union—Poland remained Great Britain's largest ally due to Sikorski's tireless efforts.
As Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief, Sikorski's commanding presence, skillful diplomacy, and decisiveness under pressure earned the respect of Churchill and Roosevelt. On July 4, 1943, Sikorski was killed in a mysterious plane crash that still fuels conspiracy theories 70 years later.
Sikorski was "no simple soldier." Dynamic life told through visual history, including groundbreaking digital extras.
Terry A. Tegnazian is a graduate of Brown University and Yale Law School and the co-founder of Aquila Polonica Publishing. Although not Polish, she is a recipient of the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit. Tegnazian lives in Los Angeles.
An electronic version of this book is available through VitalSource.
This book is viewable on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and most smartphones.
By purchasing, you will be able to view this book online, as well as download it, for the chosen number of days.
A downloadable version of this book is available through the eCampus Reader or compatible Adobe readers.
Applications are available on iOS, Android, PC, Mac, and Windows Mobile platforms.
Please view the compatibility matrix prior to purchase.