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  Stanislaw Antoni Szczuka - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Stanisław Antoni Szczuka (1652/1654-1710) was a Polish noble (szlachcic), talented politician and political writer.
Son of a serviceman Stanisław Szczuka and Zofia Szpilewska Neronowiczów.
Szczuka was born to a middle-class szlachta family and educated in Wilno and Kraków.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Stanislaw_Antoni_Szczuka   (218 words)

  
 All Bishops of Poland, Page 2 [Catholic-Hierarchy]
Bishop Stanislaw Rospond †, Auxiliary Bishop of Kraków {Cracow}
Bishop Stanislaw Smolenski †, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Kraków {Cracow}
Bishop Seweryn Szczuka †, Auxiliary Bishop of Chelmno (Culma)
www.catholic-hierarchy.org /country/bplb.html   (1586 words)

  
  POLISH RIGHTEOUS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Stanislaw and Natalia farmed in the village of Rachwalowice, Miechow district.
Stanislaw wrote that he was however so terror-stricken by the danger, that during the 21 months of their stay with him (Nov. 1, 1942 till July 27, 1944) he never fully closed his eyes.
Stanislaw Wasowicz was killed at Auschwitz and Klemens Gucwa in Koszyce.
www.raoulwallenberg.net /english/Saviors/POLONIA/sv.htm   (11989 words)

  
 Polish culture: THE HISTORY OF POLISH PHOTOGRAPHY TO 1990
Stanislaw Bizanski and Walery Eliasz Radzikowski published photographs and albums with mountain themes during those years.
Writer and photographer Antoni Wieczorek, specialising in industrial and mountain themes, was one of the few supporters of the new trends.
Their road from art photography to increasingly progressive concepts was a long one, and toward the end of the group's existence they experimented with a mix of Dadaism and pop-art.
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/es_historia_fotografii   (4936 words)

  
 Saving Jews: Polish Righteous
Stanislaw and Natalia farmed in the village of Rachwalowice, Miechow district.
Stanislaw Wasowicz was killed at Auschwitz and Klemens Gucwa in Koszyce.
Stanislaw was the director of a transport company, which took readymade products manufactured by the Jews from the Warsaw ghetto.
www.savingjews.org /righteous/sv.htm   (19290 words)

  
 Biłgoraj - strona miasta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Po tej elekcji Stanisław Antoni Szczuka jako zagorzały wróg Moskwy a rzecznik śmiałej reformy państwa w liście do Załuskiego rozdzierał szaty, iż wskutek nowej elekcji pogłębił się rozłam, "spadł na ojczyznę nowy chaos nowych łez i utrapień i dolegliwość nieszczęść nie na jeden dzień".
W roku 1695 Stanisław Antoni Szczuka ożenił się z damą dworu Marii Kazimiery Sobieskiej, Konstancją Marią Potocką, córką Bogusława, starosty jabłonowskiego.
Stanisław Antoni Szczuka był to "zawsze i wszędzie mąż, który godził, zbliżał do siebie ludzi, jednoczył, prawdziwy statysta polski w całym tego wyrazu znaczeniu: wyrobiła go konstytucja polska".
www.bilgoraj.lbl.pl /hist/wlasciciele/stanislaw_szczuka.php   (1956 words)

  
 Stanislaw Antoni Szczuka
Szczuka was born to a middel-class szlachta family and educated in Wilno and Kraków.
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www.datamass.net /st/stanislaw-antoni-szczuka.html   (303 words)

  
 Polish Paintings
"Portrait of Honorata Leszczynska as Katharina in Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew", Stanislaw Wyspianski
"Portrait of Michal Choromanski", Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy)
"Portrait of Wlodzimierz Nawrocki", Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy)
artyzm.com /e_titles.php?lit=P   (835 words)

  
 Polish culture: The National Museum in Warsaw   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
The Museum's holdings originated from a collection of paintings and drawings presented by the Library of the Government and the School of Fine Arts in 1864 as well as from the sculptures and plaster casts from the collection of King Stanislaw August and of the Warsaw Society of Friends of the Sciences.
The paintings of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries include works by Stanislaw Wyspianski, Olga Boznanska and Witold Wojtkiewicz, the outstanding artists who escape clear-cut definitions.
The Gallery of the Twentieth Century Polish Art includes works created from the start of the twentieth century to 1949 and representative of all key movements and trends in the art of that period.
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/in_mu_narodowe_warszawa   (1694 words)

  
 Dreifuss Genealogy Ancestral Towns
Szczuczyn is situated on the main road between Grodno and Lida, in a region of forests and pastures, which belonged to the Great Lithuanian Principality before Lithuania became part of Poland in the mid 16th century.
The town began to develop in 1692 under its owner, Stanislaw Antoni Szczuka,the Deputy Chancellor of the Lithuanian Treasury.
It became the county seat and remained so until the middle of the 19th century.
hometown.aol.com /petedr/Frame3a.html   (733 words)

  
 Right on the Left Beach: Press Credibility
Times (May 3rd,2006 issue) published interview with Polish TV journalist Kazimiera Szczuka who claimed she was victim of so called Polish anti-Semitism.
Above mentioned criticism had nothing common with Kazimiera Szczuka alleged Jewish descent.
On the other hand, she can also claim she is a Polish aristocrat, because Szczuka is well known historical name of Polish landlords.
breakers.typepad.com /leftbeach/2004/03/press_credibili.html   (767 words)

  
 EXCHANGE GALLERY / GALERIA WYMIANY
Several new interesting artists are working independently: Teresa Tyszkiewicz, Jerzy Krawczyk, Stanislaw Fijalkowski, Lech Kunka, Ireneusz Pierzgalski, Stefan Wegner, Krystyn Zielinski, Leszek Rozga, Tomasz Jaskiewicz, Stefan Krygier, Andrzej Lobodzinski, Antoni Starczewski, Roman Modzelewski...
The city benefited in an unprecedented manner, through a gift from Solidarity which donated the works of art created by distinguished western artists during the exhibition to the local Museum of Art.
The main event was accompanied by a show titled Falochron (Breakwater) devoted to Polish artists and curated by Antoni Mikolajczyk closely linked to the Lodz art milieu.
www.exchangegallery.cosmosnet.pl /english/wstep_do_zg.html   (5128 words)

  
 Polish Consulate...
Katowice, May 12: One of the biggest Gillette's European distribution centres opened in Dabrowa Gornicza, southern Poland on Thursday.
It further stressed that Poland's constitution remained the country's supreme legal act also after EU accession and that the Polish government's cession of some of its competencies to EU institutions did not violate Poland's sovereignty.
The verdict came in response to May 4 charges against the Accession Treaty by rightwing MPs Marek Kotlinowski (League of Polish Families), Jan Lopuszanski (Polish Agreement) and Antoni Macierewicz (Catholic-National Movement).
www.polish.motime.com /archive/2005-05   (12943 words)

  
 Polish culture: Tadeusz Lomnicki
Lomnicki put in some of his best performances during the time he had no home theatre.
He appeared in two productions of Beckett plays directed by Antoni Libera.
He first asked noted translator and poet Stanislaw Baranczak to produce a new translation of the play.
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/os_lomnicki_tadeusz   (2670 words)

  
 Potocki
[1m.] Anna, *ca 1593, +1623; 1m: Stanislaw Golski, wojewoda ruski; 2m: after 1612 Konstanty Pr Zaslawski (+1615); 3m: before 1615 Karol Samuel Pr Korecki, kasztelan wolynski (+1633)
[2m.] Stanislaw, +1599; m.Jadwiga Giebultowska; (2m: Zofia Fredrówna)
Stanislaw, pulkownik królewski, +before 1671; m.Katarzyna Makowiecka (+before 1671)
genealogy.euweb.cz /poland/potocki1.html   (531 words)

  
 Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland
Overy Paul, Art Monthly no. 122, January 1989
Szczuka Tomasz, Piotr Kurka, Obieg no. 51-52, July, August 1993
Vine Richard, Report from Poland, Art in America, March 2001
www.asp.poznan.pl /eng/tea/kurka.html   (563 words)

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