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A Question of Honor: The Kosciuszko Squadron, Forgotten Heroes of World War II
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By Lynne Olson and Stanley Cloud

During the Battle of Britain, over 20% of the RAF's pilots were Polish airmen determined to continue the fight against Germany wherever they could. At the time, British officials readily acknowledged that, without the Poles and the superior tactics that they taught the RAF, Germany probably would have prevailed in the Battle of Britain. The first half of the book focuses on this story. The second half chronicles the duplicity of British and American leaders who secretly promised Stalin control over postwar Poland, while assuring Polish fighting men that their country would be free. This contrast between valor and treachery is jarring.

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