Table of contents for Children of the Katyn Massacre : accounts of life after the 1940 Soviet murder of Polish POWs / Teresa Kaczorowska ; translated from the Polish by Frank Kujawinski ; foreword by Wesley Adamczyk ; abridged from the original Polish, Kiedy jesteãascie, mniej boli-- (2003).

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Foreword by Wesley Adamczyk	1
Author's Preface and Acknowledgments	7
Translator's Note	11
 1. The Eleventh Urchin of Lvov	00
 2. Construction Engineer and Publisher	00
 3. A Participant in the Exhumation	00
 4. American Professor	00
 5. The Little Prince and the Fairy Tales	00
 6. Little Ewa Always in Ribbons	00
 7. Faithful to the Blue Uniform	00
 8. In Love with the Land of His Birth	00
 9. "When Tape Binds Our Lips"	00
10. Custodian of the House with the Turret	000
11. Witness to More Than One Crime	000
12. Stalwart from the Podkarpacie Region	000
13. Maja and the Cherries	000
14. ¿migr¿ Because of Martial Law	000
15. Devotee of Freedom	000
16. Fugitive from the Sailing Vessel "Dar Pomorza"	000
17. Child of Two Cultures	000
18. Katyn Pilgrims	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Katyn Massacre, Katyn, Russia, 1940.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Children -- Poland -- Biography.
Children of war casualties -- Poland -- Biography.