Table of Contents

Below is the Table of Contents from the eBook In the Shadow of Katyn.

vi         Maps: – Poland Campaign (1939)
vii                   – NKVD Camps (1940-42)
viii                  – Road to Freedom (1942)
ix         Translator’s Note – Witold Swianiewicz
xiii       Stanisław Swianiewicz, the author
xvii      Photos (1917 – 1970)
xxi       Author’s Foreword
1           I     THE APPROACHING STORM
1          The Polish-German problem
4          Tactics of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
6          My impressions from Germany
13        Expansion without resistance
15        Doom over Poland
18        Moods in Poland
23        II     MOBILIZATION

28        III     FROM PIOTRKÓW TO KATYN
28        Piotrków Trybunalski
32        Reorganization of the Division
33        Dorohusk Near the Bug River
36        The Day of Dramatic News
38        The Battle Near Tomaszów Lubelski
39        Concentration Near Suchowola
42        Doubts and Decisions
47        Soldiers
51        Old Soldier
53        Captivity
55        Putyvl
62        Kozelsk
70        Near Katyn
74        Order by Beria to Transfer Prisoner of War   Swianiewicz, and translation
77        IV        FROM KATYN TO KUYBYSHEV
77        Internal NKVD Prison in Smolensk
80-83   Four page letter from Beria to Stalin: request to execute Polish prisoners of war
84        Prison Commander
87        Transport to Moscow
88        Order to send S. Swianiewicz from Smolensk to Moscow, and translation
91        Lubyanka
92        Psychoanalysis in Solitary Confinement
102      Cell No. 41
105      My Case
112      My Prison Companions
117      Butyrki and the End of the Investigation
122      The Verdict
124      Transport to the North
128      My GULag Experiences
131      NKVD as an Enterprise
132      Minorities
137      Doctors
139      One Who was Rejoicing
145      The Anarchist
147      Release from the Camps
157      V         KUYBYSHEV
157      The Embassy
161      The Case of Ehrlich and Alter
166      The Mystery of Leon Kozłowski
168      The Case of Rola-Janicki
172      Ksawery Pruszyński
188      VI  JOURNEY TO TEHRĀN
211      VII REPORT ON THE MISSING OFFICERS
222      VIII     KATYN FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THIRTY YEARS LATER
222      Unraveled Aspects of Katyn
234      IX THE DIALECTICS OF KATYN
240      X DID KHRUSHCHEV WANT TO PUBLISH THE TRUTH ABOUT KATYN?
244      XI KATYN AND THE SOVIET- GERMAN ALLIANCE
250      XII  RUSSIA vis-à-vis POLAND
254      Epilog
259      Index of Names
265      Chronology

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