The Volunteer | an interview with Jack Fairweather - Instytut Pileckiego
The Volunteer | an interview with Jack Fairweather
A conversation with Jack Fairweather, the author of the bestselling biography of Witold Pilecki entitled “The Volunteer”, recorded to mark the anniversary of Pilecki’s arrest during a round-up in the streets of Warsaw, 19 September 1940.
The interview with the British writer and journalist was conducted under very special circumstances: on a train decorated with an image of Witold Pilecki (Warsaw–Berlin route) and at the exhibition “The Volunteer. Witold Pilecki and his Mission in Auschwitz”, displayed at the Pilecki Institute in Berlin.
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