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"Male dziewczynki z duzej wsi" By Walerian Domanski 1001 Things You Should Know about the Blessed John Paul II 304 Squadron
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This is the second collection of short stories in English by Walerian Domanski, after “The Dog called Hitler.” In his stories, the author presents the effect of the dilettante Communist government in Poland from the perspective of the common citizens. 1001 Things You Should Know About the Blessed John Paul II is a collection of interesting facts, events, speeches, and anecdotes about the Holy Father. It presents specific periods of the life of Karol Wojtyla / John Paul II as well as the essential theme 304 Squadron - History of the successful Polish Coastal Command Squadron in RAF. Polish pilots flown Battles, Welligtons and Warwicks. It contains: * Superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings, rare b+w and colour archive photographs.
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315 Squadron A Country in the Moon - by Michael Moran A History of Polish Christianity
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History of the most succesfull Polish Fighter Squadron in RAF. Polish pilots flown Huricanes, Spitfires nad Mustangs. It contains: * Superb colour illustrations of camouflage and markings, rare b+w archive photographs. In chronicling the resurrection of the nation from war and the Holocaust, Moran paints a portrait of cities lost and cities gained, monumental castles, primeval forests and picturesque landscape gardens – among the finest yet leastknown in Europe. This is the only single-volume history of Christianity in Poland, a subject at the core of religious history and European secular history alike. The book covers the development of Polish Christianity from the tenth century to the present, placing it in th
By Wojtek Matusiak, Robert Gretzyngier, Piotr Wisniewski Travels in Search of the Heart of Poland By Jerzy Kloczowski
A Traveller's History of Poland Alexander Lednicki: A Pole Among Russians and a Russian Among Poles Amber In Poland And In The World - Bursztyn w Polsce i na swiecie
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In A Traveller’s History of Poland, John Radzilowski vividly describes the beginnings of the country, first fragmented then reborn.  Poland enjoyed a Golden Age in the 15th and 16th centuries, but a gradual decline then led to a loss of autonomy.... A central figure in the Russian and Polish liberation movements, Alexander Lednicki fought for Polish autonomy and for the right of all national minorities to cultural and political self-determination. He participated in the Union of Liberation, organized A richly illustrated, bilingual (Polish and English) story about the beauty, history and special properties of amber, with references to the latest literature on the subject.  The book takes a global perspective on the origin of succinite (amber) and othe
by John Radzilowski By Andrew Kier Wise by Barbara Kosmowska-Ceranowicz
Amber: Golden Gem of the Ages: Fourth Edition American Betrayal - Franklin Roosevelt Casts Poland into Communist Captivity Armies of the Russo-Polish War 1919-21
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Amber: Golden Gem of the Ages, Fourth Edition is unique --· because it describes the Baltic amber industry which has utilized amber as a gem stone throughout the ages. It also describes a variety of fossil resins, their characteristic and locations. The Poles were the first to fight the evil Nazi Germany and the coarse and brutal Russia in World War II.  They never ceased to combat the enemy "for your freedom and ours."  Polish soldiers fell gallantly on many battlefields, dedicating their hearts to In 1917 Poland was recognised as a state by Russia, but the Bolshevik coup threatened this. The Polish leader Marshal Pilsudski hurried to build an army around Polish World War I veterans, and in 1918 war broke out for Poland's independence, involving the
By Patty C. Rice, Ph.D. By Francis Casimir Kajencki By Nigel Thomas and Illustrator Adam Hook
At Hanka's Table Barykada by Walerian Domanski Between Two Evils
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This is the touching story of the wife of one of the greatest Polish poster artists of the 20th century. It is the story of growing up in Poland during the 1960's and 70's, the struggles of living there and the couples eventual exit to the West.  Intersp Barykada by Walerian Domanski This vivid memoir describes the author’s experiences as young girl in Poland, forced to flee to Warsaw after the Nazi bombing of Brest at the outbreak of World War II. She recounts the realities of life in occupied Poland, including the arrest by the Gest
by Hanka Sawka with Hanna Maria Sawka signed by author By Lucyna B. Radlo
By The Light Of The Paraffin Lamp - W Kregu Swiatla Lampy Naftowej Castles In Old Postcards Cleveland's Slavic Village: Images of America
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By The Light Of The Paraffin Lamp - W Kregu Swiatla Lampy Naftowej A romantic trip to the most beautiful castles standing within the borders of today`s Poland -from the royal castle of Wawel, via the Teutonic castle in Malbork, to the Silesian castle in Ksiaz, the castle in Checiny near Kielce and the mysterious castle i Slavic Village began as part of the Connecticut Western Reserve, a parcel of land surveyed and populated with East Coast residents seeking adventure and fortune in the 19th century.
By Jan Gancarski, Jacek Munia, Elzbieta Slys-Janusz, Maria Twarog, Stanislaw Wilga Printed In Poland By Sandy Mitchell in association with the Slavic Village Historical Society
Colonel J.F. Hamtramck, His Life and Times 1756 - 1783 Captain of the Revolution Colonel J.F. Hamtramck, His Life and Times 1783-1791 Frontier Major Cracow
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Who was Colonel J.F. Hamtramck? Where did he come from? How did he become an influential figure? What training did he have to prepare him for the challenges he would meet? The answers are found in the years of the American Revolution when his life was cas This is the second volume of a trilogy, chronicling the life of Col. John Francis Hamtramck.  Volume II deals with the middle years of his career, from 1783-1791. Those were the years when he moved to the frontier Krakow - the former royal capital of Poland is one of the most visited places in our country. In 16 chapters we present 440 contemporary and archival photographs, prints and maps. In this publication we tried to present the history of Cracow, its monument
by William L. Otten, Jr.
Volume 1
by William L. Otten, Jr.
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Cracow A City Of Kings Cracow And Lviv In Postcards - Krakow i Lwow w pocztowkach Czech Touches - The Czech Book
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Krakow - the former royal capital of Poland is one of the most visited places in our country In this publication filled with color photos we tried to present the history of Cracow, its monuments and its famous districts including Old Town, Wawel and Kazim Beautiful album in Polish and English.  For over 7 centuries both cities have been mutually related in many ways as part of Galicia and the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.  Published in 2009 and only one copy available. This book celebrates Czech culture, history, and traditional foods and recipes. You’ll find information about Czechoslovakia and the Czech Republic, as well as historic sites and museums in Prague.
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Czechoslovak Culture: Recipes History and Folk Arts Dolny Slask na starych pocztówkach Niederschlesien in alten Ansichtskarten Lower Silesia in Old Postcards Drugiej Rzeczypospolitej początki - Origins Of The Second Polish Republic
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Compiled by Pat Martin. One chapter in this book is called "The Music is Alive." This well-written book is filled with lively stories of Czech traditions and celebrations, along with more than 100 recipes. Sixteen pages of gorgeous color photography put t The album contains reprints of over one hundred archive postcards published between the 1890s and the 1940s. It showcases possibly the fullest panorama of the Lower Silesian province, at that time. The rebirth of the Polish state was made possible by the extraordinary circumstances of the disaster and the collapse of the three partitioning powers (Russia, Prussia and Austria).
Compiled By Pat Martin Printed In Poland by Andrzej Garlicki
Dwor - The Polish Manor in Vintage Photography Fabryki dymu (Smoke factories) by Walerian Domanski Galicia After Galicia : Galicja Po Galicja
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From the 16th to 18th century the szlachta or Polish nobility and gentry, regardless of their wealth and position in the social hierarchy, spent most of their time in the countryside. This collection of 48 amazing stories with surprise endings is a very revealing look at problems of common people during communist Poland from 1944 to 1990. The book is rich in humor, satire and tragedy using simple language, but not simple actions. Galicia was nearly as big as present-day Austria; around 1900 its capital Lviv (Lemberg in German) was the fourth-largest city of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Over 300 works and documents from Polish, Ukrainian, and Austrian collections are reproduced.
By Jan K. Ostrowski, Zofia Lewicka-Deptowa, Władysław Pluta ,Teresa Bałuk-Ulewiczowa and Joanna Kułakowska-Lis 48 Short Stories
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