The Polski Affair

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Award-Winning Finalist in the Historical Fiction category of the 2010 International Book Awards!
This is a fictionalised account of the role played by the Hotel Polski during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. Rosa Feurmann, a Jewish partisan, infiltrates the hotel. She is detected and comes under the personal control of the Hotel’s Nazi Commandant. The experience haunts her later life.

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Published by Diamond River Books
Words: 52,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9780981137650
About Leon Gildin

Leon H. Gildin is an attorney who has represented writers, composers and actors. He has developed properties for both television and film and has produced shows on and off Broadway.
One of his short stories became a play entitled “APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE”, which opened at the Cleveland Playhouse and was subsequently awarded the Audelco Award for its off Broadway production.
Gildin also wrote YOU CAN’T DO BUSINESS (OR MOST ANYTHING ELSE) WITHOUT YIDDISH, published by Hippocrene Books, New York. The initial print runs sold out but the book is still available on Amazon.com. He has also translated Yiddish poetry and these translations have been published in many Anglo-Jewish publications.
THE POLSKI AFFAIR, published in 2009, was the winner of the International Book Awards for historical fiction. It told the little known story of the enigmatic role played by the Hotel Polski after the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto in 1943. In it, Gildin explores the fortuitous nature of survival in those horrific times and the moral and emotional impact on those who survived.
In THE FAMILY AFFAIR — a sequel to THE POLSKI AFFAIR — Gildin examines the unexpected consequences of events long past and how they affected not only the survivors but also their children and grandchildren.
Gildin now resides in Paradise Valley, Arizona with his wife, Gloria.

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Review by: Clark Ransom on Aug. 05, 2010 : (no rating)
If you have any interest in this historical era or a desire to learn a little while you read, this is a thoroughly engrossing narrative. Very well written and a quick read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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