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The Katyn Forest Massacre: An Annotated Bibliography of Books in English

The book is a valuable resource with descriptions of 38 selected books in English, on the Katyn Forest Massacre, a genocidal atrocity in which a large portion of the Polish Armed Forces Officer Corps and other members of the Polish elite, a total of close to 22,000 people, were brutally executed by the Soviet NKVD, in April and May of 1940.
The author decided to produce this compilation after his realization of the inadequate knowledge concerning the Katyn Forest Massacre among historians, academics and lay individuals. Those interested in WWII history have the opportunity to find the best sources of information regarding this long concealed, denied and falsified genocidal crime.

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