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Topic: Aleksander Skrzynski


In the News (Thu 23 May 19)

  
  Heydel-Mankoo's Almanach de Polska: The Counts of Poland
Aleksander and Franciszek-Ksawery obtained the hereditary title of Count of Prussia from Kaiser Frederick-Wilhelm II.
Aleksander (son of Josef by his wife Franciszka Soltyk) obtained the hereditary title of Count of Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 7th June 1784 (L.P. His son, Ignacy, appeared in the 1824 list of persons authorised to bear the title of Count in the Kingdom of Poland.
Adam, Marcin, Aleksander and Isodore (sons of Josef-Kajetan) obtained the hereditary title of Counts in Galicia from Emperor Josef II on 17th March 1783.
www.geocities.com /polishnobles/Counts.html   (9249 words)

  
 May Coup - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In November 1925, the government of prime minister Władysław Grabski was replaced by the government of prime minister Aleksander Skrzyński, which had received support from National Democratic Party (Narodowa Demokracja or endecja) and Polish Socialist Party (Polska Partia Socjalityczna, PPS).
The next day, a new round of negotiations was started with the mediation of archbishop Aleksander Kakowski and Marshall of the Sejm Maciej Rataj; however, they brought no change to the stalemate.
On 14 May, the PPS declared their support for the rebels and called for a general strike, supported by the Związek Zawodowy Kolejarzy.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/May_Coup   (854 words)

  
 POLISH RIGHTEOUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
According to the testimony of a Jew, Aleksander Bronowski from Haiffa, Kazimiera entered the ghetto legally, bringing large quantities of medicine for typhoid fever and illegal documents for the Jews who wanted to escape, a course, which she encouraged.
Aleksander found refuge in her home and later in other homes located by her; she also acted as a link between him and his wife, always refusing to receive any reward for whatever she did.
Tadeusz Skrzynski had been arrested three times, but he miraculously was released and both continued their activity until the end of the war.
www.raoulwallenberg.net /english/Saviors/POLONIA/sv.htm   (11989 words)

  
 Saving Jews: Polish Righteous
Aleksander Bronowski from Haiffa testified that Kazimiera entered the ghetto legally, bringing large quantities of medicine for typhoid fever and illegal documents for the Jews who wanted to escape, what she encouraged.
Jozef Daniel Szarbel, a former inmate of Auschwitz and before of the Nowy Dwor ghetto, testified also that large quantities of food and medicines reached the ghetto from her place of work.
Finally meeting a Jew to whom she had nothing to give, she traveled on his behalf to another city, in a borrowed dress, (as she had given all her dresses to the needy) to retrieve money owned him.
www.savingjews.org /righteous/sv.htm   (19290 words)

  
 Aleksander Skrzyński - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Aleksander Skrzynski (19 March 1882–25 September 1931) was a Polish politician who served as prime minister from 1925 to 1926.
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Aleksander Skrzyński · Marian Seyda · Roman Dmowski · Karol Bertoni · Maurycy Klemens Zamoyski ·
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Aleksander_Skrzy%C5%84ski   (313 words)

  
 PGSA - Town Translation Entries (K)
Skrzynski, has a total area of 283 morgs of farmland and 1,365 of woods; the minor estate has 1,470 morgs of farmland, 192 of meadows and gardens, 166 of pastureland, and 230 of woods.
A village near Wielopole, coming from the very edge of the Wisla River in the county of Ropczyce and belonging to the Roman Catholic parish in Wielopole Skrzyn´skie it has 339 Roman Catholics.
The greater part of the Wojciechowski area has 288 morgs of farmland and 95 morgs of forest; the minor part has a total of 304 morgs of farmland and 49 morgs of forest; bordered on the south by Wielopole, on the west by Nawsiem, on the east and north by forest.
www.pgsa.org /towns/townsK.htm   (9332 words)

  
 Saving Jews: Polish Righteous
In 1984 Abe Kovner came from Israel and presented Sister Borkowska with the award in the name of Yad Vashem, and planted himself a tree in her honor in the Alley of the Just in Jerusalem.
She hid in spring of 1944 the couple Tadeusz and Fryderyka Rozanski with their two children, Aleksander and Anna, her neighbors, in a small house on a lot of New Lvov.
They hid several Jews: two women, Regina and Aleksandra F. and their young nephew Aleksander E. According to the statement of Regina F., the basement was very dark and food was brought to them always at night with utmost caution.
www.savingjews.org /righteous/bv.htm   (7261 words)

  
 Aleksander Skrzyński - minister spraw zagranicznych II Rzeczypospolitej - Wandycz Piotr - ksiegarnia.wysylkowa.pl
aleksander skrzynski - minister spraw zagranicznych ii rzeczypospolitej
Aleksander Skrzyński był, zdaniem współczesnych, ?pierwszym polskim ministrem spraw zagranicznych w rozumieniu europejskim' i ?jednym z najzdolniejszych'.
aleksander skrzynski byl, zdaniem wspolczesnych, ?pierwszym polskim ministrem spraw zagranicznych w rozumieniu europejskim' i ?jednym z najzdolniejszych'.
wysylkowa.pl /ks568650.html   (457 words)

  
 Archives of JPI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DUBIńSKI Aleksander, członek Strzelcai Sokoław Stanach Zjednoczonych, podoficer 1.
KORCZYńSKIMEŁEń Aleksander (1909-1977), prawnik, wiceprezes IJP; 1 j.a.
TURYN Aleksander (1901-1981), prof.; 1 j.a., [19431981], (I/4/C)
dione.ids.pl /~ijp/ang/aog.html   (3730 words)

  
 Polish ministries, etc.
1929) 24 Aug 1980 - 12 Feb 1981 Aleksander Kopec PZPR (b.
1950) 26 Oct 1993 - 4 Mar 1995 Aleksander Luczak PSL (b.
1942) 4 Oct 1935 - 18 Nov 1938 Aleksander Prystor BBWR (b.
www.rulers.org /polgov.html   (5338 words)

  
 DBLP: Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Aleksander Byrski, Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki: Immune-Based Optimization of Predicting Neural Networks.
Aleksander Byrski, Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki: Collective Intelligence from a Population of Evolving Neural Networks.
Pawel Skrzynski, Michal Turek, Bartlomiej Sniezynski, Marek Kisiel-Dorohinicki: FIPA Compliant Agent-based Decentralized Expert System.
www.informatik.uni-trier.de /~ley/db/indices/a-tree/k/Kisiel=Dorohinicki:Marek.html   (247 words)

  
 Slavonic Civilisation Module 1
When the Director of the Bank refused to accept the validity of government policy, Grabski's cabinet resigned.
In November 1925 another non-party government led by Aleksander Skrzyñski ensued.
He was faced by an enormous rise in unemployment (250,000).
www2.arts.gla.ac.uk /Slavonic/1918-26.html   (1509 words)

  
 Warsaw Voice - Broadcasting Live from Poland
Participants of the Polish Radio inauguration included Dr. Aleksander Skrzyński, then prime minister and minister of foreign affairs, Prof.
Radio staff and collaborators included writers Jan Parandowski, Zenon Kosidowski, Jerzy Szaniawski, Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz, Maria Dąbrowska and Maria Kuncewiczowa; conductors Grzegorz Fitelberg and Zdzisław Górzyński; and actors Stefan Jaracz and Aleksander Zelwerowicz.
The opening ceremony attracted many dignitaries, including Polish President Aleksander Kwaśniewski and Primate of Poland Cardinal Józef Glemp.
www.warsawvoice.pl /view/10006   (2586 words)

  
 Countries Ph-Pu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
1763) (election proclaimed 5 Oct 1733) (in opposition from 17 Jan 1734) 5 Oct 1763 - 25 Nov 1764 Wladyslaw Aleksander Lubienski (b.
1958) (Marshal of the Constituent Sejm) President 5 Feb 1947 - 20 Nov 1952 Boleslaw Bierut (s.a.) Chairmen of the Council of State 20 Nov 1952 - 7 Aug 1964 Aleksander Zawadzki (b.
1943) 23 Dec 1995 - Aleksander Kwasniewski (b.
manic-raven.com /rulers/rulp2.html   (7130 words)

  
 The Interwar Period (1918-1939) - Coup d'état of May 1926
On May 8, General Lucjan Zeligowski (Minister of Military Affairs) appointed Pilsudski to command the army drill.
After Aleksander Skrzynski’s government collapsed and a coalition government was formed on May 10 with Wincenty Witos as Prime Minister, the new Minister of Military Affairs, General Juliusz Malczewski, cancelled the Rembertów concentration orders.
However, most troops refused to recognize his authority.
poland.pl /archives/interwar/article,,id,11624.htm   (784 words)

  
 Poland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
20 Nov 1952 - 7 Aug 1964 Aleksander Zawadzki (b.
23 Dec 1995 - 23 Dec 2005 Aleksander Kwasniewski (b.
23 Dec 2005 - Lech Aleksander Kaczynski (b.
www.worldstatesmen.org /Poland.htm   (3863 words)

  
 pin005a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Personal correspondence - index No 1951-2000 - Szyfman Arnold - Turyn Aleksander
Lectures on Aleksander Fredro, Tadeusz Boy-Zelenski and others
Manuscripts on Polish literature and art - Polish culture, Waclaw Solski, Jan Rostworowski
www.piasa.org /piasaarchives/pin005a.html   (1392 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The very next day Dreszer was dispatched from his Warsaw command to exile in Poznan by a furious Sikorski still at the War Ministry.
On 20th Aleksander Skrzynski formed a new administration with a wider base.
The new War Minister, Zeligowski — appointed on Pilsudski’s advice — promptly recalled Dreszer from Poznan!
members.lycos.co.uk /jozefpilsudski/coup.html   (5397 words)

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