Title / Tytuł: Memoirs/WspomnieniaAuthor / Autor: Mirosław MisayatCover/oprawa: hardcoverBooks / Ilosć woluminów: 1Cykl: -Seria wydawnicza: -Publisher: wydanie własne / Kraków 2018ISBN: none / brakSize / Wymiary: 21,5 x 21,5 cmSheets / Ilość stron: 168 + envelope with 4 press articlesCondition / Stan techniczny: new book / książka nowaW innej mojej ofercie opis po polsku. (In another of my offers, Polish description) Recently, a book was published in Poland entitled "Wspomnienia - Memoirs" by Miroslaw Misayat, an emigre from Wlodzimierz, Poland. This interesting publication, beautifully written in Polish, with an English translation, covers a period of eight decades in ten countries,The author describes his journey from eastern Poland to the Russian gulags in Siberia and later leaving Russia with the army of General Anders to the Middle East. From there, he travels with his family to Kenya and Uganda, returning to Europe after the war, although not seeing his native Poland again until half a century later. The narrative is set in its historical context that adds a fascinating extra dimension.Photo: Mirek, 4-th class junior high school (Mirek 1-st row in the middle), Africa. Miroslaw Misayat is a colourful character - a student of humanities and by profession a teacher who later became an entrepreneur and built a successful international property business. His hobbies include a life-long passion for sailing and travelling. His book was published in Krakow, Poland in June 2018 and the book launch was attended by family and friends.Photo: Mirek's smile after receiving the medal "Bractwa Wybrzeża" (Brotherhood of the Coast). About Publication:The book is unique from the point of view of its contents and it is a collectors item, as only 300 copies have been printed.It is in a very original hard,and beautifully designed lacquered cover.The back cover has an envelope in which there are 4 articles as written for the sailing press at the time.There are 168 total pages with 70 illustrations. The last 55 pages are in English, a translation of the Polish version.