Author Dr. Robert Niklewicz presents TV Mini-Series and Film Adaptation
options for two true stories of his Polish parents’ struggles, daring
adventures and dramatic heroics during World War II.

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Codename: FLAME is the true story about a fourteen-year old Polish Boy Scout (Stanislaw Niklewicz) who refuses the Hitler Youth and runs away to fight with Partisans. His underground codename becomes “Flame,” after he serves as a courier, spy, fighter, saboteur, and assassin. He fights against Germans and Soviets, then is captured and imprisoned in a death camp. A combat veteran for 6 years by the age of 20, Flame’s heroic story is one death defying adventure after another.

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The Last Train to Dachau is based on the true story of the author’s mother and the Miller Family’s efforts to survive in occupied Poland during World War II. Led by the bravery and cunning of their matriarch, follow the horrors and obstacles this Polish family overcame not only to stay together, but to stay alive — their fate about to end on the last German train racing to the Dachau death camp with gold and treasures hidden on the train. The German plan was that no one on the train would ever survive to witness their theft.

AUTHOR SEEKING SCREENPLAY ADAPTATIONS