On the 5th December 2017, President Andrzej Duda, giving a speech to members of parliament and the senate of the National Assembly, has inaugurated celebrations of the hundredth anniversary of Polish independence.
The celebrations will be a great and sublime event in the life of our nation; it will consist of many ceremonies, international, central and local, bringing to memory both those historical moments, which are connected to the birth of the Polish nation, as well as those which decided of maintaining its independence.
In the celebrations of the centenary particularly fits in a heroic, soldier legend of general Stanisław Maczek, which begins at dawn of fights for independence of the Polish nation in 1914 and ends with his death 11 December 1994, year after Russian army withdrew from Poland. Continue reading “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2018!”
On the 11th of December 2017 in Żagań took place an official ceremony of unveiling the board dedicated to Lieutenant-General Stanisław Maczek.
Among participants were general Stanisław Czosnek – commander of the 11th Armoured Division, general Bortnowski, senator Kaczorowska and Jerzy Samborski. The present group listened to elevated sermon of Priest Colonel Radosław Michnowski.
What is more – a decision was taken to organize a Great Rally of general Maczek Fans in 2020 in Żagań! Continue reading “Unveiling of commemorative board dedicated to general Maczek”
On the 7th of October 2017, on the occasion of the Ceremony of the 1st Armoured Division, during a meeting the president of the Capital Association of the 1st Armoured Division, mayor Janusz Gołuchowski raised the subject of mistaken signs on the Square of the 1st Armoured Division by Arkady Kubickiego, on Warsaw Podzamcze.
Few days later, Jerzy Samborski, author and leader of the program „Liberation Route of the 1st Armoured Division of gen. Maczek” sent in relation to this case an intervention letter to the Director of Warsaw City Bureau of Conservation Officer Continue reading “Proposal regarding Square of the 1st Armoured Division”