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After the war he worked as a journalist, for a time working as a chief of the press department in the Polish Ministry of Internal Affairs. He also worked in the advertising business, coining a popular slogan for the advertisement of sugar - "cukier krzepi" sugar strengthens. He wrote three books during the interwar period, all of them gaining him increasing fame and popularity. After the German invasion of Poland he lived for a while in Romania, where he wrote about the events of the Polish September.
Later, from to he undertook what would be perhaps his most famous endeavour - he become a war correspondent for the Polish Armed Forces in the West. Later he wrote an account of the battle of Monte Cassino, his most famous book. One of his daughters, Krystyna, died as a member of Polish resistance Armia Krajowa during the Warsaw Uprising in From to he lived in the United States, afterwards returning to communist Poland.
He opposed the communist regime, writing and lecturing about the Polish Forces in the West whose participation was minimized by the government, which tried to emphasize the role of the Soviet-aligned Berling Army. His most known work is a three tome book about the battle of Monte Cassino, a tribute to the soldiers of the Anders Army - a book that was published in Poland only in a shortened, censored form until the fall of communism in After he cosigned the letter of 34 in , protesting against the censorship, he was repressed by the government - the publication of his works was prohibited, and he was himself arrested, charged with slander of Poland and "spreading anti-Polish propaganda abroad" partially due to the publication of some of his works by Radio Free Europe, but the chief evidence was a private letter to his daughter living in the USA and sentenced to three years of imprisonment.
However the sentence was never executed, and he was rehabilitated in , after the fall of communism in Poland.
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