Death in Poland: The Fate of the Ethnic Germans in September 1939 (Paperback)
The expulsion and mass murder of the ethnic Germans in Poland before and at the start of World War Two was by no means restricted to the Bloody Sunday of Bromberg, a massacre that is all too often downplayed or even denied outright today. But more than 58,000 ethnic Germans were murdered or went missing in those days from countless Polish cities and towns, large and small. Bromberg - Bydgoszcz, as it is called today - was a particularly horrific example but it stands for many.
This book, dating from 1940 and translated by The Scriptorium in 2004 to commemorate the 65th anniversary of these events, lets the reader experience almost first-hand the terrible fate of tens of thousands of ethnic Germans in Poland in September 1939.