Adina Blady Szwajger was a 22-year-old medical student at the University of Warsaw when the Germans invaded Poland in World War II. Her husband, a law student, was killed by the Nazis. She joined the staff of the Warsaw Children's Hospital and struggled to save lives there until the final days of the Warsaw Ghetto in 1943, when she escaped and became a courier for the Resistance. She survived the war and became a pediatrician in Lodz. She wrote a painfully honest memoir, which was circulated by the Solidarity underground magazine and then published in English as I Remember Nothing More (1990). Dr. Szwajger remarried to Wladyslaw Swidowski, with whom she had two daughters.