Unravel the shrouded mysteries of World War II in David Irving’s compelling investigation, ‘The Death of General Sikorski.’ Dive into the enigmatic demise of one of Poland’s most pivotal figures, General Władysław Sikorski, the Prime Minister of the Polish government in exile, whose untimely death in a 1943 plane crash in Gibraltar sparked decades of speculation and conspiracy theories.
Irving’s meticulous research sheds light on the fraught relationship between Sikorski, Winston Churchill, and the Soviet Union amidst the turmoil of war. Irving examines the tangled web of political intrigue with his characteristic attention to detail, revealing a story of betrayal, espionage, and unresolved questions.
Featuring exclusive interviews, including a rare conversation with the crash’s sole survivor, Czech pilot Eduard Prchal, and the unveiling of the RAF’s secret inquiry report, this book is a masterclass in historical investigation. ‘The Death of General Sikorski’ questions the official narrative and offers a window into World War II’s complex alliances and power struggles.
Join Irving on a journey through the shadows of history. This book is a must-read for aficionados of World War II history, conspiracy theories, and political thrillers.