Stanisław Dygat

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Stanisław Dygat (1914-1978) was a Polish writer. His most famous novel, "Jezioro Bodeńskie" ("Lake Constance"), was written during the World War II and published in 1946. All of his works are partly autobiographical (ex. because of his French origin, he was an internee in Constance in 1939). Other novels of Stanisław Dygat:

  • 1948 – Pożegnania (Farewells, in 1958 a film based on the book was released),
  • 1958 – Podróż ("Journey"),
  • 1965 – Disneyland,
  • 1973 – Dworzec w Monachium ("Railway station in Munich").