Rights status: available for all languages less Polish and Lithuanian.
Published by: Polish - KOSTRA, Lithuanian - BRIEDIS
An epic sequel to Droga donikąd (Road to Nowhere) and a panoramic view of the Nazi occupation and the maze of underground resistance networks that opposed each other as much as they fought the Germans. The largest underground organisation, the Home Army, although linked to the Polish Government in Exile, facilitated the "liberation" by the Red Army.
Shortlisted for National Literary Award Big Book (2006, Russia)
Rights sold: Germany – HANSER, Finland – BAZAR, Italy – Frassinelli, Turkey – DOGAN KITAP
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