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Dismissing Top Military Official, Zelensky Makes Risky, Politicized Move

By  Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon February 12, 2024 5:25 pm The military situation in Ukraine is critical. It is under the relentless assault of the Russian army and is losing ground. It lacks soldiers and ammunition to respond effectively. Yet this is the moment that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky chose to dismiss “Iron General” Valery Zaluzhny, the widely popular commander of the Ukrainian army, and replace him with Gen. Olexander Syrski, …

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Paczki Day: A Polish Tradition Becomes An American Tradition

Janis Brinn, Michigan State University Extension – February 09, 2023 Updated from an original article written by Renee Applegate. What do you know about the Polish-American tradition celebrated on Tuesday before Ash Wednesday? You may have heard it called Fat Tuesday. A most popular Polish-American tradition is celebrated on Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. You may have heard it called Fat Thursday or Tłusty …

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Walesa Asks Congress To Help Fight Russia’s Invasion

Nobel Peace Prize winner and former President of Poland Lech Walesa lobbied Congress, CNN, Fox News, and others this weekend asking for aid to repel the Russian invasion of Europe. He also met with the Kosciuszko Foundation (KF). KF Chairman of the Board Alex Storozynski said, “As leader of the Solidarity movement Walesa pulled out the first brick that brought …

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Save WSU’s Polish Education Program

Wayne State University (Michigan) has rejected an offer to fund a full-time Polish lectureship. An offer was made to WSU by the Kosciuszko Foundation and the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) to provide a full-time Polish professor for 2024/25, but the university turned down these offers. This has left WSU without a full-time Polish professor, thus eliminating all …

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Correct Naming of the Auschwitz Camp

Statement by “Reduta Dobrego Imienia” – Polish League Against Defamation – in connection with the 79th Anniversary of the taking over of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp. Warsaw – January 25, 2024 In connection with the forthcoming anniversary of the Red Army’s entering Auschwitz, the Polish League Against Defamation informs and warns as follows: In previous years, the terms “Polish death camp …

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Demonstration Against Tusk Government At Katyn Memorial In Jersey City, New Jersey

by John Czop On a cold and windy January afternoon, approximately 200 freedom loving Poles and Americans demonstrated against the Tusk Government’s recent deployment of police power to repress freedom of speech by stopping Polish State-controlled media from expressing competing ideas on Poland’s relations with the European Union and on other matters. The demonstration took place at the Katyn Memorial …

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AGH UST In Krakow On Its Way To The Moon

The University has concluded an agreement with Orbital Space AGH has concluded a cooperation agreement with Orbital Space operating in the United Arab Emirates. The agreement allows students, among others, to: development and testing of the “Lunaris” device used to study the interaction of selected materials and coatings with lunar dust – regolith. The concluded agreement is the result of …

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President of the Republic of Poland Speech On The 161st Anniversary of the January Uprising

21 stycznia 2024 Your Excellency, Mr. President of the Republic of Lithuania, Distinguished Madam Nausėdienė, Your Excellency, Mr. Ambassador of Ukraine, Esteemed Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, representing here the patriotic civil society of Belarus, All Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, 161 years ago, an armed insurrection against Russian occupiers started on the lands of the former Commonwealth. This anniversary is filled with solemn …

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Biologists From Bialystok To Help Reintroduce Lynx In Poland

Polish scientists working on an international project will conduct genetic research on lynxes living in Poland. They will recommend animals for breeding at breeding farms and for release into the wild in a specific area. A database of lynx genotypes will also be created.  Photo: Lynxes. Credit: Marcin Grzegorzek, Western Pomeranian Nature Society According to the University of Bialystok spokesperson …

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PNA Park – Lodge #513 Needs A New Kitchen!

PNA Lodge #513 Launches “Build A Kitchen” Fundraiser CONNECTICUT – Our beautiful new clubroom & bar at the PNA Park really needs a kitchen.  When we built the new bar, the kitchen was plumed for appliances, water, Ansul fire suppression system, etc.  Problem was that the funds ran out. During December 2023, Chris Ulbrich & I were down at the …

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