Poland - Chapter 9, pgs. 400-433 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, pgs. 400-433 Summary

The Poles successfully repelled the Russians during the 1921-1939 period. They united the population that had been part of three different countries under a reasonable government. They were making progress toward become a leading European country when Hitler invaded on September 1, 1939. Szymon Bukowski, son of Miroslawa and Seweryn, escaped arrest. Six people were shot, including Miroslawa. The next day six more people were killed. The third day, one hundred-sixty-nine names were announced. Each time there was any action against the Nazis, six people would be shot.

Bukowo was one of seventeen towns under the auspices of SS Major Konrad Krumpf. It was his duty to find Szymon. He went to see Majorie Bukowski, now a sixty-seven-year-old widow. She does not known where Szymon is and says her thirty-nine year old son is in Krakow. The Nazi plans for Poland...

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