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The aim of this article is to show how Conrad's fiction (and above all the novel Lord Jim) influenced the formation of the ethical attitudes and standards of the members of the Polish Home Army, which was the largest underground army in Nazi-occupied Europe. The core of this army was largely made up of young people who had been born around the year 1920 (i.e. after Poland had regained her independence in 1918) and who had had the opportunity to become acquainted with Conrad's books during thedoi:10.4467/20843941yc.18.002.11237 fatcat:s3bo2ruqbvffnineowxsfxrg2i