Book Highlights the Life and Exploits of Polish People in Eastern Poland

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Author Stella H. Synowiec-Tobis has woven a tale of hope and survival in “The Fulfillment of Visionary Dream”

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Author Stella H. Synowiec-Tobis brings the life and the historic exploits of the Polish people living in eastern Poland to the literary spotlight through her interesting and informative book, The Fulfillment of Visionary Dream. This book will embark readers on a histo-biographical journey and adventure to witness an inspiring tale of hope and survival.

This significant tour de force relates the story of the author’s family life which is only a microscopic fraction of what Polish people living in eastern Poland went through during the Second World War. This book attempts to present the story of almost two million Polish people that is not documented or published. Here, the author tries to reveal what happened behind the iron curtain of Stalin’s Russia during World War II. She relates the suffering due to hunger, cold, and the loss of their loved ones—realities resulting to tyranny that led to massive deaths, without the civilized world knowing about it. This book tells the pain of those who witnessed the distressing event, of those who survived the exile, and those who lived through the ordeals of survival in refugee camps for almost four years, while Poland was in the invader’s captivity.

A story filled with revealing information, The Fulfillment of a Visionary Dream offers hope and inspiration to those who are victims of oppression and similar circumstances.

This book will be featured at the 2012 Illinois Library Association Book Exhibit in Peoria, Ill. on October 9-12, 2012 and at the 2012 Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 10-14, 2012.

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About the Author
Stella H. Synowiec-Tobis was born in Eastern Poland on October 17, 1928, survived deportation by NKVD to Siberia on February 10, 1940, and orphaned with the younger sister on February 10, 1942. For six months, she worked at the collective farm with other children for one piece of bread and couple ounces of flour until it was reported to the Polish Outpost in Lenin, Dzol, Kirgizstan. Few days later, she was taken to the Polish Orphanage. With the orphanage, she traveled out of USSR to Persia – now Iran, India – now Pakistan and Mexico. After six years and three months of wandering around the globe they found country which accepted them and good people that gave them home.

The Fulfillment of Visionary Dream * by Stella H. Synowiec-Tobis
The Destruction Of The Polish Nation
Publication Date: September 7, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 391 pages; 978-1-4568-1228-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 391 pages; 978-1-4568-1229-4
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4568-1230-0

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