Klimowicz writes about the Naliboki, Poland of his childhood before and during World War II. Historically, Naliboki was a nurturing and beautiful place to live. The land and wilderness had abundant natural resources along with a thriving town and farming community. Then Naliboki became entwined between Hitler's Germany and the Soviet Union, and the townspeope watched helplessly as their homeland was destroyed.
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On May 10, 1945 Mieczyslaw Klimowicz was liberated from the German hard labor camp that served as his home for two years. He was immediately mobilized into the U.S. Army and assigned to guard German prisoners of war in Verdon. Following his service he relocated to England, and eventually came to live in the United States where he became a naturalized citizen. The Last Day of Naliboki is his first book.
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