WIACEK

MARIAN

FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 2016

Dave Willis - Delta Optimist

Tsawwassen's Marian Wiacek, who was deported from Poland to Siberia during the Second World War, tells his story with his new memoir, Window to Freedom: A Journey of Survival. READ MORE


THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2016

Lorne Eckersley - Creston Valley Advance

While it can seem that way, history is not documented by writers who have a magical view from far above. It is, instead, a result of the meticulous collection of details that are often related by people who were closely involved in the action.

Window to Freedom: A Journey of Survival, is a marvelous example of just such a source. READ MORE



SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2016

2:00 pm

Boswell Memorial Hall
12374 Boswell Road, Highway 3A, Boswell, BC



WINDOW TO FREEDOM NOW AVAILABLE IN THREE BC BOOK SHOPS

TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2016

Denise Ryan - Vancouver Sun

The bang on the door came in the middle of the freezing night. Soviet soldiers armed with bayonets stood outside.

It was Feb. 10, 1940, in Korzec, Poland. Ten-year-old Marian Wiacek, his nine-year-old brother Tolek, four-year-old sister Lala and their mother, Zofia, were ordered to pack what they could carry and be ready for transport in a waiting sleigh. READ MORE



FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2016

Delta Optimist

Local author Marian Wiacek signs a copy of Window to Freedom: A Journey of Survival for Krzysztof Olendzki, the consul general of Poland in Vancouver.  READ MORE


POLISH REFUGEE'S MEMOIR AN
INCREDIBLE STORY OF SURVIVAL

WWII REFUGEE SHARES HIS STORY IN NEW BOOK

WINDOW TO FREEDOM TELLS STORY OF A SURVIVOR

BOOK LAUNCH: BOSWELL, BC

POLISH DIPLOMAT GETS BOOK SIGNED BY TSAWWASSEN AUTHOR

TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2016

The following British Columbia book shops now carry Window to Freedom:

Albany Books - Tsawwassen
32 Books & Gallery - North Vancouver
Kingfisher Used Books - Creston