Pulaski: The Forgotten Hero of Two Worlds is an historical novel about Casimir Pulaski, a hero in Poland who fought against the invading Russians, and saved the holiest site in Poland, the Jasna Gora monastery. He came to America at the invitation of Benjamin Franklin and became a hero when he saved General George Washington's life at Brandywine. There is strong evidence (bone structure, etc) that he was a hermaphrodite. The Smithsonian is currently conducting research that may prove that conclusively. If so, he was probably the first intersex general.