Innocence at War

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The memories from World War 2 could have been a tale of any war in any place on our globe, at any time of human lives. The names of countries and people are interchangeable in the world continuously plagued by upheavals. Each nation buries its ugly secrets in reasons for justice, in the name of religion, group identity or national power. The atrocities committed man to man are an on going fact of life.

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The memories from World War 2 could have been a tale of any war in any place on our globe, at any time of human lives. The names of countries and people are interchangeable in the world continuously plagued by upheavals. Each nation buries its ugly secrets in reasons for justice, in the name of religion, group identity or national power. The atrocities committed man to man are an on going fact of life. Survivors relate their stories bathed in hatred ensuring the continuation of further dehumanised deeds. But these memories, gathered here, are of a young girl who learned to disassociate herself from taking sides. Survival was her main goal supported by immense spiritual strength from within. She could have been any nation’s child, it happened that she was Polish. She was there, she lived it, she grew up in this war of 1939-45 and here is her story.