Millie is 15, a frightened, fragile girl, working in a forced-labor ammunitions factory in Radom, an industrial city in Poland.
At a village north of the railway between Radom and Ivangorod, the Russians buried 16,000 dead, their own and the enemy's.
He has promised the starost his interest with the king, to obtain for him the castellanship of Radom.
New positions were taken up along Radom and across the Kamienna River.
Our cavalry already has reached the railway line from Radom to Ivangorod.
Radom is surrounded by a chain of Cossacks; in Tzoismir, heaven defend us, they say people are falling like flies.
The eldest of the palatine's sons is Starost of Radom, and the younger is a colonel in the king's army.