George Turlo's novel “Noble Hearts” is a gripping story of two young lovers, Stan and Halina, struggling to survive the atrocities of World War II. This novel is based on real events and authentic facts to provide a vivid description of a period in history that has been largely forgotten. “Noble Hearts” is a story of love, survival and hope, as Stan and Halina battle against the odds to remain together, despite the horrors they face.
“Noble Hearts” follows Stan and Halina's journey as they experience the horrors of the German and Soviet invasions of Poland in 1939 and 1940, the executions of Polish officers in Katyn in 1940, the 1941 Soviet-German War, SS atrocities on occupied territories, the massive murder of the Jewish population, liquidation of ghettos, counter-actions of Russian partisans and underground Polish Home Army (AK), the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in 1943, the battle of Polish Corp at Monte Cassino in 1944, the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, the transport of survivors to the concentration camp in Auschwitz and the Soviet “liberation” in 1945.
The story is told through vivid and emotive descriptions of the environment, the people and their experiences. The characters are engaging and full of life, each one bringing a unique perspective to the story. The ongoing battle between good and evil is a central theme throughout the novel, with humanity and courage prevailing in the end.
“Noble Hearts” is a powerful and moving novel that will leave the reader with a greater understanding of the events of World War II and the courage of those who lived through it. It is an inspiring story of love, survival and hope that will leave readers with a profound appreciation for the strength of the human spirit.
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Author: Christine Turlo
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: February 2023
Genre: Historical Fiction
Target Audience: General Audience
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63892-526-2
Hardback ISBN: 978-1-63892-527-9
About the Author
George J. Turlo was born in Wilno, Poland. As a child he survived the horrors of World War II in the Eastern Poland. Graduating from college in 1958 as an architect and city planner he pursued his professional career in Poland until 1966, that year he immigrated to United States. After 34 years of work in the Planning Department, City of Providence, Rhode Island he retired in year 2000 and is living now with his wife Christine in Florida. Being an accomplished artist, he is teaching art and also enjoying creative writing.
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