London, 1946. Even paramedics from the Fiji Islands and a labor detachment from the Seychelles took part in the Victory Parade, but there was no place for legendary commanders who after the war could not return to their homeland – two weeks before the celebration Great Britain decided to disband Polish Armed Forces in exile.
It didn’t take long for Britain to forget about heroes who were now expendable. In order to support their families, they became waiters, upholsterers, night porters…
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