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Long Walk Read ✓ 104 'I hope The Long Walk will remain as a memorial to all those who live and die for freedom and for all those who for many reasons could not speak for themselves'Slavomir RawiczSlavomir Rawicz was a young Polish cavalry officer On 19 November 1939 he was arrested by the Russians and after brutal interrogation he was sentenced to twenty five years in a gulagAfter a three month journey in the dead of winter to Siberia life in a Soviet labour camp meant enduring hunger extreme cold untreated wounds and illnesses and facing the daily risk of arbitrary execution Realising that to remain meant almost certain death Rawicz along with six companions escaped In June 1941 they crossed the trans Siberian railway and headed south climbing into Tibet and freedom in British India nine months later in March 1942 having travelled over four thousand miles on foot through some of the harshest regions in the world including the Gobi Desert Tibet and the HimalayasFirst published in 1956 this is one of the greatest true stories of escape adventure and survival against all odds In 2010 a film The Way Back based on the book directed by six time Academy Award nominee Peter Weir Master and Commander The Truman Show and The Dead Poets Society was released It starred Colin Farrell Jim Sturgess and Ed Harri. The most amazing story and an excellent read A book one should read at least once in one s life Inspirational

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Long Walk Read ✓ 104 S'I hope The Long Walk will remain as a memorial to all those who live and die for freedom and for all those who for many reasons could not speak for themselves'Slavomir RawiczSlavomir Rawicz was a young Polish cavalry officer On 19 November 1939 he was arrested by the Russians and after brutal interrogation he was sentenced to twenty five years in a gulagAfter a three month journey in the dead of winter to Siberia life in a Soviet labour camp meant enduring hunger extreme cold untreated wounds and illnesses and facing the daily risk of arbitrary execution Realising that to remain meant almost certain death Rawicz along with six companions escaped In June 1941 they crossed the trans Siberian railway and headed south climbing into Tibet and freedom in British India nine months later in March 1942 having travelled over four thousand miles on foot through some of the harshest regions in the world including the Gobi Desert Tibet and the HimalayasFirst published in 1956 this is one of the greatest true stories of escape adventure and survival against all odds In 2010 a film The Way Back based on the book directed by six time Academy Award nominee Peter Weir Master and Commander The Truman Show and The Dead Poets Society was released It starred Colin Farrell Jim Sturgess and Ed Harr. This is as moving as Touching the Void and as detailed as the Snow Leapoard and 7 years in Tibet Don t be put off by a bleak startthe author re discovers his spirit and faith in people within the camp butFaces up to a life of Slavery or the journey for lifeMost will opt for the former This is about the mental as much as the physical challengesWhere having a deficet in your knowledge can mean deathMaster the animals learn from the nomadsStrap on your birch skis look out from your fish skin windows and goTouching the Void meets 7 years in Tibet and The Snow LeapoardJust read

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Long Walk Read ✓ 104 'I hope The Long Walk will remain as a memorial to all those who live and die for freedom and for all those who for many reasons could not speak for themselves'Slavomir RawiczSlavomir Rawicz was a young Polish cavalry officer On 19 November 1939 he was arrested by the Russians and after brutal interrogation he was sentenced to twenty five years in a gulagAfter a three month journey in the dead of winter to Siberia life in a Soviet labour camp meant enduring hunger extreme cold untreated wounds and illnesses and facing the daily risk of arbitrary execution Realising that to remain meant almost certain death Rawicz along with six companions escaped In June 1941 they crossed the trans Siberian railway and headed south climbing into Tibet and freedom in British India nine months later in March 1942 having travelled over four thousand miles on foot through some of the harshest regions in the world including the Gobi Desert Tibet and the HimalayasFirst published in 1956 this is one of the greatest true stories of escape adventure and survival against all odds In 2010 a film The Way Back based on the book directed by six time Academy Award nominee Peter WeirMaster and Commander The Truman Show and The Dead Poets Society was released It starred Colin Farrell Jim Sturgess and Ed Harris. A gripping story told with generosity but without any literary ambitions whether intentionally or otherwise by default for which the author fully cognizant makes his apologiesbut in fact it is this particular nakedness which makes the narrative so direct so inescapable and so intenseWhen one thinks that nothing remains to be said about WW2 here comes this story arching over the entire era told etiologically a true and authentic story nearly spoken to us by a conscripted University student young officer of the Polish army arrested by the occupying Soviet invaders early on at the dawn of WW2 interrogated at Lubyanka in Moscow then horded up with the most heterogeneous group of victims and marched off mostly on foot to Siberia to be interned in a labor Camp which on arrival did not did even exist and prisoners had to first build their own shelter in the woods Winter was fallingThe story however only starts in earnest when a group of men eually heterogeneous including an American organize themselves in deep secrecy and with the most rudimentary means to become an escape party From there on one is transported into the most gripping and breathtaking Altaic story The journey takes them across the Soviet territory of lower Siberia Mongolia at the tine also Russian possession the lethal Gobi desert and eventually over the Himalaya into the British IndiaA powerful story that rolls over the reader inexorably crushing all in its way with the force and the indolence of the Destine itselfOtherwise a pure case of Diegesis spoken by the Narrator perhaps around a bonfire

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