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Franek's Odyssey
Franek's Odyssey

It was a warm April day in Bombay as a carriage pulled up in front of a huge bungalow in Bandra. Major Pullers, a general physician of the British Army, stepped out of the carriage and walked into the bungalow. Typically he saw his patients at the hospital, but this was an extraordinary assignment. Some weeks ago he had been asked by headquarters to set up a small clinic with about six nursing staff in this bungalow. He was greeted at the door by a small dignified lady, Kira Banasinska. She was the delegate for Red Cross in India and the wife of the Polish Consul General (PCG), who is also the dean of the diplomatic corps in Bombay.

They shook hands warmly as Kira led Major Pullers to his office ...

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