This book tells an amazing story of courage, conviction and intrigue during World War 11. Arthur Spindler is a Polish Jew who against incredible odds manages to survive both German occupation and anti-Semitism amongst the location, only to end up after the war in a prison camp in Russia. How Arthur triumphs by assuming a Polish identity, working as a wheat controller for the Germans and at the same time becoming an officer in the Polish underground army, is a story to be read and experienced. Very special photographs of Arthur’s family complement and enhance the text. This is a fascinating and exciting story as told by Arthur Spindler himself.