Zahorski, Lech (illustrator).
Warsaw, Poland. Polonia Publishing House. March 1965.
American Edition. Two page color pictorial map 13 1/2 x 20 inches on two sheets together measuring 14 1/2 x 22 inches in single issue of Poland Illustrated Magazine of March 1965. Soft bumping and creasing to corners and upper and lower centre, overall very good. Magazine: color pictorial wrappers, 22 x 14 1/2 inches, overall wear to covers with tiny paper loss at lower left edge, interior in good condition. The color pictorial map "We Were Everywhere" drawn by Lech Zahorski commemorates the sacrifices made by the Polish people during the Second World War: "Poland fought in the last war longer than any other country and suffered proportionally the largest number of casualties and destruction of any of the Allied countries." Numbers on the artistically drawn map reference the many battles in which Polish forces took part. An uncommon item. Among the many other articles in this March 1965 issue is an article on poster artist Wiktor Gorka (with 4 color and 3 black and white illustrations). Item #56144
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