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“Superbly written and breathtakingly researched...Fairweather has dug

up a story of incalculable value and delivered it to us in the most

compelling prose I have read in a long time.― (Sebastian Junger,

bestselling author of The Perfect Storm and Tribe)“Such an amazing

story, it would be impossible to believe if it were not so meticulously

researched and clearly told. The book succeeds as a page-turner, a

remarkable inside view of the Holocaust, and also as a testament to all

that is best in the human spirit.― (Mark Bowden, bestselling author of

Black Hawk Down and Killing Pablo)“This is a riveting account of human

heroism in the face of overwhelming odds, and Fairweatherâ€s

storytelling is simply masterful.― (Jon Lee Anderson, New Yorker writer

and author of The Lionâ€s Grave: Dispatches from Afghanistan)“As

riveting as any page-turner and as profound as any great work of

literature as it reveals humanityâ€s capacity for both courage and

savagery.― (Elliot Ackerman, author of Places and Names and Waiting for

Eden)“Fairweather tells this tragic tale in gripping fashion, bringing a

new angle to the literature of the Holocaust.” (Publishers Weekly

)“An inspiring story beautifully told.” (Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

)“Drawing Pileckiâ€s witnessing of appalling crimes into a forceful

narrative with unstoppable reading momentum, Fairweather has created an

insightful biography of a covert war hero and an extraordinary

contribution to the history of the Holocaust.” (Booklist (starred review)

)“Hours of reading passed in what felt like moments … This is a story

that has long deserved a robust, faithful telling, and he has delivered

it.” (Wall Street Journal)“An extraordinary story.” (The Times

(UK))“What distinguishes The Volunteer is Fairweatherâ€s meticulous

attention to accuracy … if it sometimes seems as though there is

nothing left to uncover about the Holocaust, Fairweatherâ€s gripping

book proves otherwise.” (The Spectator) The incredible true story of a

Polish resistance fighterâ€s infiltration of Auschwitz to sabotage the

camp from within, and his death-defying attempt to warn the Allies about

the Nazis†plans for a “Final Solution― before it was too lateTo

uncover the fate of the thousands being interred at a mysterious Nazi

camp on the border of the Reich, a thirty-nine-year-old Polish

resistance fighter named Witold Pilecki volunteered for an audacious


mission: assume a fake identity, intentionally get captured and sent to

the new camp, and then report back to the underground on what had

happened to his compatriots there. But gathering information was not his

only task: he was to execute an attack from inside—where the Germans

would least expect it. The name of the camp was Auschwitz.Over the next

two and half years, Pilecki forged an underground army within Auschwitz

that sabotaged facilities, assassinated Nazi informants and officers,

and amassed evidence of shocking abuse and mass murder. But as he pieced

together the horrifying truth that the camp was to become the epicenter

of Nazi plans to exterminate Europeâ€s Jews, Pilecki realized he would

have to risk his men, his life, and his family to warn the West before

all was lost. To do so meant attempting the impossible—an escape from

Auschwitz itself.Completely erased from the historical record by

Polandâ€s postwar Communist government, Pilecki remains almost unknown

to the world. Now, with exclusive access to previously hidden diaries,

family and camp survivor accounts, and recently declassified files, Jack

Fairweather offers an unflinching portrayal of survival, revenge, and

betrayal in mankindâ€s darkest hour. And in uncovering the tragic

outcome of Pileckiâ€s mission, he reveals that its ultimate defeat

originated not in Auschwitz or Berlin, but in London and Washington. See

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