Spring Will be Ours
From the streets of Nazi-occupied Warsaw, through the lonely dreams of a little Polish boy growing up in Clapham in the Fifties, to a candlelit vigil for Solidarity outside London’s Polish Embassy, this is the tragic story of post-war Poland seen through the fortunes of a single family.
‘... embraces the experience of two generations of Poles . . . An alluring subject, skilfully constructed’ Daily Telegraph