UNDERGROUND PRINTING – POLAND - WWII: Biuletyn Informacyjny. Year. VI, Nr. 6 (213). [Information Bulletin]
A rare Polish underground newspaper was published during the WWII by an underground press in Warsaw.
Author: ARMIA KRAJOWA (AK) [POLISH HOME ARMY]; Aleksander KAMIŃSKI (1903 - 1978), editor.
Place and Year: Warsaw: February 10, 1944.
Technique: 8°, 8 pp., unbound as originally published (Very Good, slightly age-toned).
Biuletyn Informacyjny was a Polish underground newspaper, edited by Aleksander Kamiński, an author, intellectual and activist. It included war news from Poland and from the rest of the world. The readers were encouraged to pass the newspaper forward. Between 1939 and 1944 it was published in Warsaw as a weekly (during the Warsaw Uprising as a daily), and between 1944 and 1945 in Krakow.
All the editions of the newspaper are rare today and we could only find some separate copies in various Polish institutions.
Availability: In stock