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George Turlo’s “Noble Hearts:” A Story of Love, Hope and Survival During the Horrors of World War II


George Turlo’s “Noble Hearts” is a captivating story of the courage, determination and love of two young people during World War II. Stan and Halina, Polish teenagers, are separated by the war, but their love and their faith in one another drive them to survive.

The novel is based on authentic facts and historical events. Readers will be taken into the depths of the devastation of the war, and will experience what it was like to live through such a harrowing time. From the German and Soviet attack on Poland to the execution of Polish officers in Katyn in 1940, the liquidation of ghettos, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in 1943, and the Warsaw Uprising in 1944, readers will be exposed to the unspeakable horrors and the atrocities of World War II.

The story also includes maps depicting political boundaries during the war and the areas fought by insurgents during the Warsaw Uprising. The bravery and courage of the characters, who often put their lives on the line to save the lives of others, is a reminder of the power of love and hope in the darkest of times.

“Noble Hearts” is a testament to the strength of the human spirit and the power of love. George Turlo’s novel will inspire readers to never give up and to keep fighting for what is right.

If you are looking for a compelling story of love, survival and hope in the midst of World War II, then pick up George Turlo’s novel “Noble Hearts” today and experience a powerful and moving story that will leave you with a greater understanding of this difficult period in history.

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“Noble Hearts”
Author: Christine Turlo
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: February 2023
Genre: Historical Fiction
Target Audience: General Audience
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63892-526-2
Hardback ISBN: 978-1-63892-527-9

About the Author
George J. Turlo was born in Wilno, Poland. As a child he survived the horrors of World War II in the Eastern Poland. Graduating from college in 1958 as an architect and city planner he pursued his professional career in Poland until 1966, that year he immigrated to United States. After 34 years of work in the Planning Department, City of Providence, Rhode Island he retired in year 2000 and is living now with his wife Christine in Florida. Being an accomplished artist, he is teaching art and also enjoying creative writing.

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