Category Archives: Polish History

The Way Back – now in theaters

“The Way Back” just opened last Friday across the United States. The film, directed by award-wining director Peter Weir, is loosely based on the book called “The Long Walk” about a Polish Army officer who escapes from a Soviet camp … Continue reading

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Last minute Christmas gifts

A Good Read, a Great Gift Submitted by Raymond Rolak A last minute gift idea is, 303 Squadron: The Legendary Battle of Britain Fighter Squadron. The book by Arkady Fiedler was originally printed in England in 1942. The new translation … Continue reading

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Happy Name day Generał

October 28, is a Special Names Day Celebration By Raymond Rolak October 28, is Name Day for people named Thaddeus and thus, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, a good reason to celebrate for sure. His ideals were lofty and he prized honor … Continue reading

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Screening of Modjeska- Woman Triumphant

Polish Movie Nite is happy to announce the San Francisco premiere of Modjeska- Woman Triumphant, presented by Maureen Mroczek Morris, Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 3pm at the Delancey Street Screening Room, 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94107 Modjeska- Woman … Continue reading

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Irena Sendler projects

Four years ago, I first began filming Irena Sendler in Warsaw where she lives in a medical home. At 94, she still remembered how she and her friends in the Polish resistance risked torture and death to resue thousands of … Continue reading

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