By Stanley Bill
In the late 1920s somebody shot and killed a Ukrainian railway worker named Mykhaylo Marusiak on a street in Buenos Aires. The perpetrator traveled all the way from Argentina to the southern mountains of Poland to tell the dead man’s wife and children.
As the world spins from crisis to crisis, the fates of the “little people” are often the most captivating. Read the true story by the author of Notes from Poland in this week’s online issue of The Buenos Aires Review (which is always worth reading in any case):