Reader feedback: Slovaks should be proud of national uprising

Re: US WWII veterans with Slovak roots come close to ancestral homeland, By Dave Sutor, Sept. 8-14, Vol 9, No 34

Not enough has been written in the West about the Slovak National Uprising, or the American OSS involvement. For those of you who are interested; read "World War 2: OSS Tragedy In Slovakia" by Jim Downs. You will read about Slovak heroes, and why the Slovak people have much to be proud of concerning World War II.

Cynthia E. Yancho,
NYC, New York USA

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