The Polski Affair by Leon Gildin

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The Jewish News of Phoenix said:
Gildin takes the question “What if?” and explores what might have happened if a Jewish partisan had infiltrated the hotel and then become the companion of the resident Nazi Commandant.
The dialogue in the book, told in Rosa’s voice rings true, as do the military court proceedings. Yet, it is Rosa’s struggle to reconcile her choices – her relationship with Hauptmann, the Nazi Officer, and Itzik, a fellow survivor – that resonates with affecting humanity.

About Leon Gildin

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Gildin is a New York lawyer who has worked in the entertainment industry for over 40 years, as counsel to actors, writers, and composers.
Published April 1, 2009 by Diamond River Books. 206 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A gripping, emotionally provocative book, The Polski Affair takes place in a setting where Gestapo officers sold visas to Polish Jews.

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but keep her in bondage of regret until she is given the chance to return to the scene of the crime and participate in the War Crimes Trial by testifying against the very man who kept her captive, but who then also freed her and her husband.

May 03 2012 | Read Full Review of The Polski Affair

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