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By Renard River
In northern Poland, 17th century, a man named Radovan becomes enamoured with a younger man named Krzysztof, and him with Radovan. Krzystof realizes Radovan is not what he seems.
By Ella Winter
It's 1941 in Poland, and nine-year-old Bryda Adamowicz is living a beautiful life in her little village... until Nazi officers show up and change her life forever. This is the untold story of the terror-ridden world outside the concentration camps, and the unique tragedy Bryda's village alone...
By Laurence Marquis Northcote
This autobiography describes what I have seen and/or done in various countries (Iran, Israel, USA, Italy, France, Slovakia, Switzerland, Greece, Scotland, etc.)
Poland 1941. Brutal Nazi control has swept over the country like an ominous storm-cloud. How does a vigilante survive in a nation gripped by fear?
One must keep their friends close, but their enemies closer.
By Liv Tylers
You don't notice everything in a day. People usually notice the things they want to notice. But think about the last time you actually SAW someone; saw their history, how alone they were, or how they are destroyed.
Short Story | Updated Sep 29, 2011 | Reads: 16 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 6
By Jack Chaucer
Like all roller coaster enthusiasts, 17-year-old Rocco Falcone expects to get off the ride alive. But on this day, death is sitting right next to him in the form of a mysterious woman who has two aliases and one black heart. First, she hijacks his roller coaster back to where they all began --...
By Joshua Boyde
A description of a time and place I once knew.
Poetry | Updated Mar 30, 2010 | Reads: 3 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 5
Alas, my loves, another poem about ages past, and this time it's historically correct! The Polish ghetto was terrible, and the events leading up to the actual deportations made everyone's lives terrible. This is about a couple deported away to Poland and the awful sadness they feel and not...
By Terry Collett
A JEWISH WOMAN IN A POLISH GHETTO.