Why is There Something Rather Than Nothing?:
23 Questions from Great Philosophers
translated by Agnieszka Kolakowska
Basic Books , November 2007
A tour of Western thought by one of the world's most eminent philosophers – in a book that fits in the palm of your hand. How can we know anything? Why is there evil in the world? What is the source of truth? Is it possible for God not to exist? Here Leszek Kolakowski explores the essence of these ideas, introducing figures from Socrates to Thomas Aquinas, Descartes to Nietzsche, by concentrating on one single important philosophical question from each.
The Contract; A Life for a Life
iUniverse.com , November 2008
The book, based on the author's memoirs, relates the odyssey of a 13-year old boy in Nazi-occupied Warsaw during World War II, who had joined the Resistance movement, later surviving several hair-raising escapes, until his liberation.
A Question of Honor
The Kosciuszko Squadron: Forgotten Heroes of World War II
Alfred A. Knopf , January 2003
Olson and Cloud’s book is both a tribute to the Polish pilots and, more broadly, an eloquent indictment of the realpolitik that led Britain and America to turn their backs on Poland later in the war in a craven attempt to appease Stalin. - The Times of London