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Anna Machcewicz

Civility in Uncivil Times

Kazimierz Moczarski's Quiet Battle for Truth, from the Polish Underground to Stalinist Prison

Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften

Date de publication : 2020-09-10



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Kazimierz Moczarski (1907–1975) was a journalist, soldier, and political prisoner. His life exemplifies a Central European biography under Nazism and Comunism. The addictive and moving Civility in Uncivil Times reveals the story of a man who defended law and democracy all his life. Moczarski fought for it in the authoritarian Poland of the 1930s. During the Second World War, he partook in the resistance movement. After the war, he spent eleven years in a Stalinist prison, including nine months in one cell with the Nazi Jürgen Stroop, who commanded the brutal pacification of the Warsaw Ghetto. The communists imprisoned Moczarski’s wife. After release, he rebuilt the broken marriage, rejoined social life, and wrote a work about meeting Stroop. Translated into many languages, Conversations with the Executioner is a thorough study of totalitarianism.
Pages
248
Collection
n.c
Parution
2020-09-10
Marque
Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
EAN papier
9783631828083
EAN PDF
9783631834015

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Nombre pages copiables
49
Nombre pages imprimables
49
Taille du fichier
8131 Ko
Prix
60,24 €
EAN EPUB
9783631834022

Informations sur l'ebook
Nombre pages copiables
49
Nombre pages imprimables
49
Taille du fichier
8182 Ko
Prix
60,24 €

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