POLAND’S INDOMITABLE-ACCURSED SOLDIERSDAY
The Polish Association in Great Britain [PWWB] and the IPN History Station London invite you to a historical event dedicated to the Commemoration of Poland’s Indomitable-Accursed Soldiers Day
2pm-7pm on Sunday, 1st of March 2020
at The Polish Hearth (55 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2PN).
(2.00pm Exhibition Opens – History overview by Sylwia Kosiec in Polish)
(2:15pm Lecture by Izabella Brzezinska “Accursed Soldiers: Independence Underground 1944-63” in Polish)
3:00pm Film about the Accursed Soldiers in Polish
(3:30pm Lecture by Dr Przemyslaw Wojtowicz “The Crime of Katyn” in Polish)
(4:15pm Exhibition Tour by Dr Marek Laskiewicz in Polish)
5:00pm Lecture by Dr Marek Laskiewicz “Poland’sindomitable soldiers” in English
5:30pm Exhibition Tour by Dr Marek Laskiewicz in English
(6:00pm Exhibition Tour by Dr Marek Laskiewicz in Polish)
6:30pm Exhibition Conclusion by Dr Marek Laskiewicz in Polish and English.
7:00pm Exhibition Closes – Thanks by PWWB Deputy Leader
The Exhibition ”Accursed Soldiers: Independence Underground 1944-1963” will be in the Main Room at The Polish Hearth; it comprises 20 historical displays covering the fight for Poland’s independence during World War II and after to 1963; the descriptions are in English and Polish; these displays may be viewed at any time from 2pm-7pm; there will be a guided tour in English at 5:30pm; the Exhibition was prepared by IPN Gdansk
GUEST POLISH SPEAKERS
1) Izabella Brzezińska, IPN Gdansk
2) Dr Przemysław Wójtowicz IPN Gdansk
1) Dr Marek Laskiewicz, Leader of the PWWB [Polish Association in Great Britain] and Coordinator of the IPNHistory Station London
2) Mrs Sylwia Kosiec, Deputy Leader of PWWB, IPN History Station London.
CO-ORGANISERS are The Polish Hearth and IPN [Institute of National Remembrance] Gdansk.
1) Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London
2) Institute of National Remembrance, Gdansk
3) The Polish Hearth
MEDIA PATRON – Radio PRL and Cooltura
The event is partly financed by Funds of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London and the IPN [Institute of National Remembrance] Gdansk.