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Janusz Piekałkiewicz (1925 in Warsaw – March 9, 1988) was a Polish underground soldier, historian, writer, as well as a television and cinema director and producer. He was a world-renowned author on many aspects of World War II history; over 30 of his books have been printed, most of them in German, and later translated to other languages. He also wrote from his experiences during the war and specialized in detailing operations within the secret services. A unique characteristic of many of his books is that chapters contain two parts. Firstly, he describes details and contemporary quoted sources and then, in the second part, he provides analysis and his own commentaries to those events. According to critics, this results in a very objective presentation of the material. In addition to his

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  • Janusz Piekałkiewicz (* 1925 in Warschau; † 9. März 1988) war ein polnischer Historiker, Schriftsteller sowie Regisseur und Produzent.
  • Janusz Piekałkiewicz (né en 1925 à Varsovie - mort le 9 mars 1998) est un soldat polonais, historien , écrivain, producteur de télévision et de cinéma. Il est le neveu de Jan Piekałkiewicz, délégué du gouvernement polonais en exil, tué par la Gestapo le 19 juin 1943.
  • Janusz Piekałkiewicz (ur. w 1925 r. w Warszawie, zm. 9 marca 1988 r.) – żołnierz, pisarz, historyk, reżyser, reporter radiowy oraz twórca filmowy, tworzący za granicą (głównie w języku niemieckim). Bratanek Delegata Rządu na Kraj profesora Jana Piekałkiewicza zamordowanego przez Gestapo.
  • Janusz Piekałkiewicz (1925 in Warsaw – March 9, 1988) was a Polish underground soldier, historian, writer, as well as a television and cinema director and producer. He was a world-renowned author on many aspects of World War II history; over 30 of his books have been printed, most of them in German, and later translated to other languages. He also wrote from his experiences during the war and specialized in detailing operations within the secret services. A unique characteristic of many of his books is that chapters contain two parts. Firstly, he describes details and contemporary quoted sources and then, in the second part, he provides analysis and his own commentaries to those events. According to critics, this results in a very objective presentation of the material. In addition to his
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