Ken Koskodan is the author of No Greater Ally; The Untold Story of Poland’s Forces in World War Two. He spent decades researching Poland’s role in World War Two and has interviewed many surviving veterans. The highly acclaimed “No Greater Ally” sold out the initial hardcover printing in just over a year. It is now in its third paperback printing and was subsequently released in E-book format for Kindle, an audio edition and a Polish-language edition.
Koskodan has traveled the country lecturing on the topic in an effort to educate people on the significance of the role Poland played in winning the war and to set the record straight regarding misconceptions that have become part of historical books, films and discussions. In 2011 Koskodan was awarded the “The Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland” for his efforts to promote Polish culture and history.
Koskodan is of Polish descent. He was born in Detroit, Michigan and currently resides in Grand Blanc, Michigan with his wife and two daughters. He graduated from Michigan State University in 1990 with a Bachelors’ degree in Communications and continues to study Polish history.
During the conference “Poland First to Fight” he will tell the story of millions of Polish young men and women who gave everything for freedom and in the final victory lost all.