Review: THE POLSKI AFFAIR by Leon H. Gildin

Lorri from Jew Wishes read Leon H. Gildin’s The Polski Affair, which counts toward the WWII reading challenge.  Here’s an excerpt from her review:

Gildin writes with excellence, infusing vivid word images and descriptions throughout the pages. It isn’t a novel that is a fast read in the sense of it being a page-turner, as many novels of this order are. That doesn’t minimize the story line or the author’s writing. The Hotel Polski was a factual place, and Gildin has given us a story with an actual piece of history within the pages.  The Polski Affair has given us a glimpse into World War II, the Holocaust and the Nazi mindset that is through an out of the ordinary perspective.

Read the rest of her thoughts here.

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