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Belonging and Betrayal is the fictionalized biography of Bronisława Wieniawa-Długoszowska. Born a Russian Jew, she led a life at the eye of the storm of 20th century history and it destroyed her. A witness to the First World War and the Bolshevik revolution, she became the wife of the Polish ambassador to the Italian government, only to end her life as an exile in America and France.

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A fascinating story about a Jewish woman who survived both WWI and the Holocaust , performed well by Hilarie Mukavitz.