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Poland, in World War II

Poland, in World War II by Mark Wegierski During the more than seven decades following the end of World War II, an ongoing stream of disinformation from various quarters e.g., the former Soviet Union and left-wing British circles, has clouded … Continue reading

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Titanomachia

Titanomachia Frank Ellis reviews an updated account of an epic struggle David M. Glantz and Jonathan M. House, When Titans Clashed: How the Red Army Stopped Hitler, Revised and Expanded edition, University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, 2015, Appendices, Index, … Continue reading

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Polish Canadians, Searching for a Voice (Part 5)

Polish Canadians, Searching for a Voice (part 5) Sociologist Mark Wegierski takes his analysis in a literary direction This essay is partially based on my article,“Is there a distinctive English-language Polish-Canadian writing?: In search of a fragmentary tradition.” Strumien: Rocznik … Continue reading

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Reflections on a broken world

Reflections on a Broken World Michael Davis evaluates poet Leo Yankevich’s new collection Leo Yankevich, Tikkun Olam and Other Poems, 2nd ed. San Francisco, Counter-Currents, 2012. Tikkun Olam, according to the blurb on the rear cover, is ‘the most important collection to date’ … Continue reading

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