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Gines, the weekly Digital Religion in freedom and all Polish friends ms Goodreads. My Polish friend Malgorzata Wolczyck gave this book me. All those who know me know one thing from me, and that my two favourite countries are Poland, and Japan. The book in question keep it long time in cabinets, that my mother with admirable compression left me to store books, and I had so much time saved. The reading of this book came because the journalist and writer Pablo J.
At first this seemed a robe of David against Goliath Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn seemed to have it all in favor. In fact, it is the moral conscience of the West against capitalism, and communism, Nobel Prize, and a fervent Orthodox Christian. It was impossible, that this unknown Czapski. At least for those who are not Polish I could compete with him.
Many years ago a magazine called box office asked me to write articles with my father. Unfortunately the magazine went bankrupt. Lewis, but was otherwise Milton Walsh did the same in his unpublished e interesting book unfortunately not translated to the Spanish "Second Friends: C. Lewis faced someone more formidable, although less media than the Viennese psychiatrist we refer to the great Ronald A. In fact, Milton Walsh not facing Ronald A.
Knox with C. In the first part Czapski talks about much of their Polish partners of presidio the crime was that it was to crush the most lucid of Polish intellectuals both nazis and poles , and this is not a conspiracy to save neocon backs to liberalism Western. Everyone knows, that I despise liberalism as well as to the communism - socialism, fascism, and Nazism can read the wonderful novel by C.
The truth is that although you philias and phobias the atrocities of the Red Army were a crime. Already would have been unacceptable to they have died normal people, but over educated people, died and intelligent. Speaking of another colleague who wants to create a Confederation, of a very brave priest. That attempted to crush the nazis and Soviets. This is the first of the three structures. As the book as the Spanish publishing house Cliff has divided it is divided into three parts.
In the second part we see that the Czapski artist who will be one of the surviving prison officers is recruited by general Anders that in turn as it explains Czapski will investigate the events of Katyn and since the Soviet Union was invaded by Germany this it has broken his pact with Hitler, and it has reached an agreement a priori with their former enemies. This part is without a doubt the most interesting, and it is the bulk of the work of Czapski.
Here it is not only of the whereabouts of the Polish prisoners captured by the Russians. It is the most perfect denunciation of Soviet totalitarianism, which became such tyranny, which became confined to the Russians in prisons. Through the testimony of Czapski we see as Stalin had not controlled the situation, and that if it had not been for the brutality of Hitler the Russians would have received to the Germans as heroes. We see interesting biographies of certain people, who appear in this book.
One of the testimonies that impacted me most of this book was the murder of two Jewish Democrats, and crimes, West allowed the Soviets to win the world war We see how Stalin speaks good words, but at the same time boycotts the attempt to create a Polish Army, as he filled it with bandits, or tries to infiltrate Soviet agents.
Remember, when poles rose up in against the Germans, Stalin let the Germans to kill the members of the resistance, so for more easily subdue the poles. Of having intervened, could have saved a cruel suffering to Poland. There are other impressive moments as Soviet generals Zhukov and others go on a strategy Kafkiana to Czapski from one side to another.
The conclusion is reached that is Nemiadkin, and Stalin if they knew the fate of the Polish prisoners. There are portraits and fascinating portrayals as Rozanov. To who likes literature, and Russian art, and Polish I recommend no doubt this book.
In fact, this book is very complete from a point of view, historical, political, artistic, and religious is undoubtedly a gem, and a classic of 20th century.
Not only are the crimes of communism, also those perpetrated in Tsarist times by Catherine II, that the only thing that resembles Semiramis is in its insatiable lust. The deportation of Poles was brutal, and the cause of his death, because they refused to be happy and wanted to flee Russia-. We see Czapski will bringing together the army, and speaks of his anecdotes, and his companions.
Of all the problems that put them out. The attitude of communism with islam which use to weaken the Tsar, to create nationalism, who then fought. The same strategy, which is being used in my country, by the way which left power and is an ally of pro-independence peripheral nationalisms, and empowers al-Islam against the Catholic religion which attacks in a merciless manner Refers to the repression of the Kirziguises.
It is very interesting the longer Iranian side, when Polish soldiers with Czapski leave and his convalescence in a hospital, as well as their healing the semblance of Lubomirski, and history of the sick children.
There is a very nice story of an Assyrian Christian. The last part is devoted to clarify the crime of Katyn, dismantling the strategy of Goebbels, but accusing those responsible, also condemns the Machiavellianism of England, who wants to ignore these crimes, but Czapski provides evidence that they indicate clearly who are the culprits.
In short, a magnificent book is a true work of art, no doubt has a defect, but I am unable to find any, because it is vast, and full-featured. No doubt this book is the great favorite to win in the category of non-fiction. I hope, that my review will help rediscover Goodreads users this magnificent book, and I wish you a thousandth like part of what I liked to me. This is the first part of my criticism of the second part will be my review of "Cancer Pavilion" of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
At the end I put a defense of the sanctity of G.
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