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|Publisher:||Państwowe Muzeum na Majdanku|
New edition of Jerzy Kwiatkowski's 485 days at Majdanek, edited by Wojciech Lenarczyk (scholarly editing) and Dorota Niedziałkowska (linguistic editing and proofreading) is free of censorship, editorial modifications, corrections, alterations and extensive comments as well as excessive stylistic embellishments. The earliest and complete version stored in Hoover Institution Library & Archives at Stanford University (USA) containing the author's original subheadings was chosen as a basis for this edition. The work is preceded by an introduction, containing Kwiatkowski's extended biography and documenting the process of editing the book in communist Poland, as well as the author's struggle for publication of the 485 days at Majdanek. The book is illustrated with photographs of the author, his family and relatives, and reproductions of the archival documents concerning his stay at the concentration camp at Majdanek.