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This is the dramatic story of a Polish flyer who fought in the Polish, French and British air forces in World War II. Subsequently, he gate-crashed Oxford by defying the existing rules of admission. However, he discovered that he, in turn, was gate-crashed intellectually and philosophically by Oxford. He had the good fortune to be taught by some world-renowned professors and tutors who reshaped his life and outlook, thus helping him to face a changing world. After Oxford, he accepted an offer to work for an international agency where he devoted his talents to finding solutions to world economic problems, especially food and nutrition problems in newly created countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. His life experiences span such famous cities as Krakow, Bucharest, Beirut, Alexandria, Paris, London, Oxford, Washington and Rome, which enlivens the story.
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