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  • The Battle of Warsaw was a decisive Polish victory in 1920 in the Polish–Soviet War. Poland, on the verge of total defeat, suddenly rebounded and defeated
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  • Underground and Polish anti-Holocaust resistance in Warsaw. She helped save about 2500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto by providing them with false documents
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  • arrest the triumphant advance of the Soviet Bolshevik Army at the Battle of Warsaw, not only would Christianity have experienced a dangerous reverse, but the
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  • World War, Volume 6: Triumph and Tragedy. Mariner Books.  Poland under the Warsaw Pact—a would-be friendly nation occupied and ruled by a hostile regime.
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  • through the Truman Doctrine, in 1949, while the Soviet bloc formed the Warsaw Pact in 1955. Some countries aligned with either of the two powers, whilst
    6 KB (946 words) - 23:03, 22 April 2016
  • holocaust." "The Captain" Concert at Congress Hall in the Palace of Culture, Warsaw, Poland (22 March 1985) I come from a country where we do
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  • Michal Kalecki (June 22, 1899, in Łódź – April 18, 1970, in Warsaw) was a Polish Marxist economist who specialized in macroeconomics of a broadly-defined
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  • 1967 to 1989. He gained international prominence in 1968 by denouncing the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia. After visits in 1971 to China and North
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  • step from the sublime to the ridiculous. Napoleon I to Abbé du Pradt, at Warsaw. See Histoire de l'Ambassade dans la Grande Duché de Vasovie, Ed. 2, p.
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  • of the masoretic tradition in Judaism. He was born to a Jewish family in Warsaw, converting to Christianity in his teenage years. Coming to England shortly
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  • in the capture of Germany's capital, Berlin. Later, as the Commander of Warsaw Pact forces, Konev led the suppression of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956
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  • Willaume Juliusz (1978). Godło, barwy i hymn Rzeczypospolitej. Zarys dziejów. Warsaw: Wiedza Powszechna.  English translation based on Davies, Norman (2005)
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  • he co-founded the Jewish Combat Organization. He took part in the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, becoming its leader after the death of Mordechaj Anielewicz
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  • Rabbi Chaim Zelig Slonimsky (31 March 1810 in Białystok – 15 May 1904 in Warsaw) was a noted rabbi and mathematician, and an award-winning inventor. Stalin
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  • the latter – to Poland. Homily during the Holy Mass in Victory Square in Warsaw on 2 June 1979, during the pope's first apostolic journey to Poland Source:
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  • is a 1942 American comedy film about a troupe of actors in Nazi-occupied Warsaw who use their abilities at disguise and acting to fool the occupying troops
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  • village of Treblinka in the modern-day Masovian Voivodeship north-east of Warsaw. The camp operated officially between 23 July 1942 and 19 October 1943 as
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  • Bojowa (English:Jewish Combat Organization), also known as ŻOB, during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising from January to May 1943. His predecessor in command was
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  • remark at a Polish embassy reception following the signing of a Moscow-Warsaw joint declaration in Moscow, November 18, 1956.—The Washington Post, November
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  • Karl Edward Weick (born October 31, 1936 in Warsaw, Indiana) is an American organizational theorist who is noted for introducing the notions of "loose
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