By George Sanford
The Soviet bloodbath of Polish prisoners of battle at Katyn and in different camps in 1940 was once some of the most infamous incidents of the second one international struggle. the reality in regards to the massacres was once lengthy suppressed, either by means of the Soviet Union, and in addition via the USA and Britain who wanted to carry jointly their wartime alliance with the Soviet Union.
This informative book examines the main points of this frequently missed occasion, laying off gentle on what happened in particular relating to the massacres at destinations except Katyn itself. It discusses how the reality concerning the killings used to be hidden, the way it steadily got here to gentle and why the reminiscence of the massacres has lengthy affected Polish-Russian kinfolk.