FROM WARSAW TO ROME General Anders’ Exiled Polish Army in the Second World War


A well researched account of an outstanding body of men who played a crucial part in the Italian campaign as part of Eighth Army. The author provides a detailed narrative of how the Polish II Corps came into being and of the roles of the various Polish commanders, especially Lieutenant General Anders, who commanded the corps throughout the Italian Campaign, capturing Monte Cassino on 18 May 1944, later fighting on the Gothic Line and in the final spring offensive.

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