Books: Polish Tragedy

AN ARMY IN EXILE (319 pp.)—Lieut. General W. Anders—Macmillan ($5).

In a bookstore window, this "Story of the Second Polish Corps" may look like just another war book. On the contrary, it is one of the most remarkable personal histories of World War II.

When the Nazis invaded Poland, Author Wladyslaw Anders (who is now living in exiled retirement in England) commanded two divisions of Polish infantry and a cavalry brigade. In no time at all, these troops were trapped between the advancing German and Russian armies. Within a month, General Anders was lying in...

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