Poland - Chapter 9, pgs. 471 - 507 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, pgs. 471 - 507 Summary

Jan Buk had at first sided with the Russians but began to question that when he learned of their plans for farm management and outlawing the Catholic Church. The Germans decided to locate their weapons testing facility near Bukowo. This resulted in many people and new buildings in Bukowo and made the area a battleground. Many of the Poles in the area were evacuated.

The overseer of the project is Falk von Eschl. He was not a Nazi but was effective. He made his headquarters at Lybonskis Castle Gorka. While he resided there, he noticed the food thefts at the barn. He began to suspect Lubonski of supporting the partisans. One of the woodsmen passed the word to the Stork Commandos that the barn was being watched.

Von Eschl talks to Krumpf about Lubonski and learns about the note...

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