The Captive Mind Setting & Symbolism

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Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital of Poland, a country in Eastern Europe.

Moscow

Moscow is the capital of the Soviet Union and the center of power for the Eastern European countries.

Cracow or Krakow

Cracow is the second largest city in Poland.

Auschwitz

Auschwitz is a Nazi concentration camp.

Dachau

Dachau is a Nazi concentration camp.

Vilna

Vilna is a city in what is now Lithuania. The city was once a part of Poland.

Paris

Paris, France is where Milosz completed his studies.

The Baltics

The Baltics are a group of countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. They are Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

Eastern and Central Europe

This is an area of Europe of the countries that border the Soviet Union. They were also known as the Soviet bloc countries.

London

London is the capitol of England, where a Polish government in exile resided during World War II.

Estonia

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