- Year of publication: 2019
- Source: Show
- Pages: 3-8
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The text presents the early cult of St. Ludmila and the author’s disagreement with the opinion that the cult did not exist until the mid-12th century. The author opposes the view that not only was it not officially recognised but sometimes even opposed by the Prague bishops.
The author of this study tries to determine the years, when Bolesław I the Brave occupied a part of the northwestern Kingdom of Hungary and when Stephen I of Hungary regained this part. He rejects the previous opinions of historians, who dated this event from the year 1000 / 1003 to the year 1025 / 1029 / 1030 / 1031. According to the author the military campaign of the Polish prince to the Kingdom of Hungary took place in the first third of the 11th century during Polish-German wars. Bolesław I the Brave lost a part of the northwestern Kingdom of Hungary in the final phase of Polish-German wars.
The article is dedicated to the foreign policy pursued on behalf of Austria-Hungary by Agenor Gołuchowski the younger, minister of foreign affairs in 1895–1906, and the reactions it triggered off in selected Galicia newspapers.
The goal of this article is to present issues related to access to Polish books in Minsk. To this end, Polish activities have been presented in the realm of editing, book-selling and establishing libraries in Minsk in the late 19th and the early 20th centuries.
The article is dedicated to the activity on the part of Congregation of the Mission founded by Vincent de Paul, the so-called Lazarians, starting with their arrival to Poland in the 17th century, followed by their activity spreading to various parts of the Polish Republic in the subsequent centuries and the Mission’s difficulties in the 20th century in what is now Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia. Attention is also given to the scope and role of Congregation of the Mission in maintaining religious, linguistic and cultural traditions in the local Polish diasporas.
ad personam ambassadors Lazarians Congregation of the Mission ambasadorzy ad personam lazaryści Zgromadzenia Misji św. Wincentego á Paulo Europa Wschodnia Polonia tożsamość narodowa Polish Diaspora Eastern Europe national identity
“Dziennik Miński” was published between 1917 and 1918 in what is now Belarus. The newspaper was targeted at Poles living there for generations, as well as at refugees who came to the city as a result of enforced migration in the summer of 1915. The newspaper was a source of information about military developments on the fronts of the First World War. What is more, it provided news about politics, social and cultural lives, as well as the refugees and their lives away from home. The newspaper also provides research material concerning the relations between the refugees and the locals of Polish origin. Information was also available on the problems faced by the refugees on a regular basis and the operations of help organizations like Centralny Komitet Obywatelski (Central Civil Committee) or Polskie Towarzystwo Pomocy Ofiarom Wojny (Polish Society for Assisting War Casualties).
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