Kaz underpins an honest reflection on the present

Kaz underpins an honest reflection on the present


United States, December 15, 2022 – dr Bogdan Kotnis’ historical drama Kaz: War, Love, and Betrayal is packed with suspense and action. General Kazimierz Pulaski loses his family’s wealth and unwavering love to fight against Russian and British troops in the wars of the 18th century. His brave actions earned him the distinction of “Father of the American Cavalry” and eighth honorary citizenship of the United States at the same time the United States was formed and Poland fell. In addition, his story contributes to our understanding of the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine. Set in an era when armed conflicts across two continents shaped the future of the world as we know it today, Kaz features 100 historical characters from both sides of the Atlantic.

Their behavior makes us think of remarkable people today. For example, the Polish king Stan denies the accusation of having a relationship with the Russian tsarina Catherine the Great. This scene is reminiscent of President Clinton’s response to the Monika Lewinsky scandal. Likewise, the nickname “little green men” given to Russian soldiers who murder, rape and rob in Poland refers to the special forces deployed by Russian President Putin to capture Crimea from Ukraine. Bogdan Kotnis, Pd.D. is a writer, journalist, educator and film director with degrees in the US and Poland. His knowledge of English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, German and Danish helped to clearly describe the complex relationships between several European nations. A reading list for American children and the military should include Kaz. Anyone trying to understand the geopolitical problems of our world should have it in their library. Anyone looking for exciting literature with suspense and dramatic turning points will find what they are looking for in this fast-paced historical thriller.

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