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by Spencer Bright,Florian Mayevski

Author: Spencer Bright,Florian Mayevski
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Vallentine Mitchell (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 168 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.9
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Fire Without Smoke, Library of Holocaust Testimonies, Florian Mayevski, Book - Barnes & Noble So did Florian go from the Polish Home Army (Armij Krajawa or AK) to The Red Partisans (Russian) or to the Polish Reds in the AL? He could not have taken communism too much to heart or he would not have immigrated.

Mayevski, Florian, with Spencer Bright. Fire without Smoke: Memoirs of a Polish (Jewish) Partisan. This has largely shaped how resistance, partisan warfare and security books have been written – usually not from the perspective of their unique characteristics

Mayevski, Florian, with Spencer Bright. London: Valentine Mitchell, 2003. Lukas, Richard C. Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles under German Occupation, 1939-1944. This has largely shaped how resistance, partisan warfare and security books have been written – usually not from the perspective of their unique characteristics. You mentioned Ben Sheppard in your list which actually includes only a handful of books specifically dedicated to the German viewpoint and their practise of security.

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Florian's story is unique in many ways

Florian's story is unique in many ways. He escaped from a slave labour camp and survived the Polish winter alone as a fugitive in the forests, living in hand-made shelters dug beneath the ground.

Florian's story is unique in many ways.

See Florian Mayevski with Spencer Bright, Flame without Smoke: The Memoirs of a Polish Partisan (London and Portland, Oregon: Vallentine Mitchell, 2003), 91–109.

See Florian Mayevski with Spencer Bright, Flame without Smoke: The Memoirs of a Polish Partisan (London and Portland, Oregon: Vallentine Mitchell, 2003), 91–109

Florian's story is unique in many ways. He escaped from a slave labour camp and survived the Polish winter alone as a fugitive in the forests, living in hand-made shelters dug beneath the ground. He fought as a partisan in the Polish Home Army at a time when few Jews did so (but had to hide his Jewish identity from his comrades to ensure that men in the group he commanded would follow his orders). Finally, under threat from the anti-Semitism of Polish partisans, he joined a parachute group, made up of Russian prisoners-of-war and German veterans from the Spanish Civil War, and fought with them until the end of the War. The role that he played within the partisan movement throws light on a little-researched aspect of the War. After the Second World War, Florian became an officer in the Polish Army, but the new wave of anti-Semitism in the 1960s drove him into exile: first to Israel and, finally, to England.