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  Stanisław Wojciechowski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stanislaw Wojciechowski was born on March 15, 1869 in Kalisz, and died near Warsaw on April 9, 1953.
Wojciechowski was arrested in 1891 for his involvement in the Polish Socialist movement, a group agitating heavily for independence from Imperial Russia.
Stanislaw Wojciechowski retired to private life and died in Golobki in 1953, at the age of 84.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stanis%C5%82aw_Wojciechowski   (553 words)

  
 Grudziadz - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
A large economic potential, the existence of important institutions like Pomeranian Tax Office or Pomeranian Chamber of Industry and Trade were of a great influence on the fact, that for many years of the between-wars period, Grudziądz was said to be with no doubt the economical capital of the Pomeranian Voivodship.
A good opportunity to present the economic potential of Grudziądz was the 1st Pomeranian Exhibition of Agriculture and Industry in 1925, which was officially opened by the contemporary President of the Republic of Poland – Stanisław Wojciechowski.
In the 20 years between the world wars Grudziądz was an important centre of culture and education as well as one of the biggest military garrisons with several military schools located both within the confines of the city and around it.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Grudziadz   (535 words)

  
 9 April History: This Date
While a student at the University of Warsaw, Wojciechowski worked for the Polish Socialist movement, which was a major force in the independence effort.
During World War I, because he saw Germany as Poland's main enemy, Wojciechowski in 1915 went to Moscow, and there in 1917 he was elected president of the Council of Polish Parties' Union.
In the new government Wojciechowski and Pilsudski, then military chief of staff, differed as to the direction the nation should take.
www.safran-arts.com /42day/history/h4apr/h4apr09.html   (9863 words)

  
 Poland between the Wars
Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, leading the government in exile, had made attempts at reaching an agreement with the Soviet government.
In the way, however, stood Moscow's demands to recognise the Curzon Line as a frontier and the Polish National Liberation Committee was transformed into a Provisional Government of the Polish Republic, recognised by the Soviet Union.
Stanislaw Mikolajczyk made a compromise and entered the Government of National Unity as a Deputy Prime Minister.
awayofbeing.com /dana/1.htm   (2582 words)

  
 President of The Republic of Poland - Stanisław Wojciechowski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Stanislaw Wojciechowski was born on 15 March 1869 in Kalisz in a family of intellectuals, whose nobility roots dated back to the 15th century.
Until 1905, they co-operated closely together, with Wojciechowski being at that time a member of the Party leadership.
On 15 January 1919, the Chief of State nominated him Minister of Internal Affairs in the Cabinet of Ignacy Paderewski, whom Wojciechowski replaced during his numerous absences from the country.
www.president.pl /x.node?id=469   (327 words)

  
 Untitled Document
At the age of six Stanislaw Drzewiecki (Jev-YET-ski) went on his first concert tour to Japan, where, together with Sinfonia Varsovia Orchestra conducted by Volker Schmidt-Gertenbach, he performed “First Children’s Piano Concerto” by Ilia Chkolnik, a Swiss composer.
Moreover, Stanislaw Drzewiecki received a Grand Prix Award from the European Television in 1999 and in 2000, which was viewed by 10 million people.
In 2002, Stanislaw Drzewiecki signed an exclusive contract with Sony Classical and recorded his fourth CD with Schumann’s and Liszt’s compositions and the fifth CD with Mozart Concertos for one, two and three pianos together with his parents: Tatiana Shebanova and Jaroslaw Drzewiecki, and Orchestra Sinfonia Varsovia under Michael Zilm.
www.steinwaybocaraton.com /Stanislaw.htm   (442 words)

  
 Wojciechowski Artwork On The Susan Wojciechowski Author Site Was Done By Students. If You Have A Comment Concer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Steve Wojciechowski batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any post-season awards he has won and his rank on various season and career statistical leaderboards Are Here > Baseball-Reference.
Susan Wojciechowski was born in Rochester, New York.
Wojciechowski, M. Reconstructing the phylogeny of legumes (Fabaceae): an early 21st century perspective.
www.99hosted.com /names17715.html   (483 words)

  
 An Artist's Volatile Toy Story
The curator of the Polish pavilion in Venice, sculptor Jan Stanislaw Wojciechowski, said the works are "explosive material" that treat too frivolously one of the darkest moments in European civilization.
Ambeck-Madsen, the Lego executive, said the faux packaging is so realistic that a Jewish organization in Sweden threatened to organize a boycott of Lego because offended members believed the company had manufactured the boxes.
Wojciechowski said he began to wonder if Libera had succumbed to the very commercial pressures that his art so brilliantly denounces.
www.electric-escape.net /node/506   (1803 words)

  
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Immediately there appeared a witness, one Maria Pasternak, a hysterical old maid, a woman of a rather dark past, who swore that she herself "had seen" how Stanislaw (Shloime) Steiger, a student at Lemberg University, had thrown the "bomb," as the innocuous petard was called in the official police language.
The terrorist act against President Wojciechowski was not the first armed attack against a head of the Polish government in Lemberg.
When President Wojciechowski came officially to open the "Eastern Market" in Lemberg, he was attacked with a thrown petard in broad daylight, in front of thousands of people.
www.haynt.org /chap16.htm   (1395 words)

  
 Chapter 9
As all the school buildings were taken over by German military and police administration, the elementary school classes took place in private houses all over the town.
The principal of that school Stanislaw Wojciechowski, had to visit all the classes each morning, which was time consuming and a hindrance, yet this routine was to save his life.
One May morning in 1941 the Gestapo came to his house to arrest him but he had already left on his tour of classes.
www.citinet.net /ak/karlsbad/chapter9.html   (871 words)

  
 Polish History - Part 11
In literature, the Nobel Prize was won in 1924 by Wladyslaw Reymont.
Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz (Witkacy), Bruno Schulz and Witold Gombrowicz all produced works that charted new trends in world literature.
There were also remarkable developments in theater, painting, architecture and film, including the excellent works by Jozef Lejtes.
www.poloniatoday.com /history11.htm   (1541 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Crucially the reinstatement of Pilsudski was also opposed by President Wojciechowski, leading to a clear parting of the ways between the two men.
Sikorski, now Minister of War, proposed that the Inspector General be subordinated to the War Minister while the Chief of the General Staff would prepare operational plans at the behest of both the Inspector General and the War Minister.
Wojciechowski took Pilsudski off guard by saying that he, the President, was defending the honour of the Army and that any grievances which Pilsudski felt should be investigated by legal means.
members.lycos.co.uk /jozefpilsudski/coup.html   (5397 words)

  
 The Interwar Period (1918-1939) - Coup d'état of May 1926
An account by officers loyal to the Constitution of the Republic of Poland and to President Stanislaw Wojciechowski, presenting the circumstances in which he surrendered his office before the Sejm Marshal (Speaker) Maciej Rataj, including the text of the President’s last address to the army.
Comments: Before the military coup staged by Marshal Jozef Pilsudski between May 12-15, 1926, an attempt had been made to justify the use of extraordinary measures by creating an impression in the media that the country itself was under threat.
After a conversation held in the middle of the Poniatowski Bridge, President Stanislaw Wojciechowski rejected Pilsudski’s demands.
poland.pl /archives/interwar/article,,id,11624.htm   (795 words)

  
 Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Pages: "The Palmer - Wojciechowski Families Plus"
He was the son of Charles Hayward PALMER and Sarah Elisabeth GREEN.
Caroline was the daughter of Jacob George REUL and Florence Christina WARD.Charles was the son of James Thomas PALMER and Jane BROMLEY.Florence was the daughter of Eldridge C. GREEN and Margaret HILL.Stanislaw WOJCIECHOWSKI was married to Weronika LIPSKI 11/29/1929 in Newark, New Jersey (Essex).
Stanislaw was the son of Franiczek WOJCIECHOWSKI and Victoria LAPEUSZ.
familytreemaker.genealogy.com /users/p/a/l/William-M-Palmer/TREE   (217 words)

  
 12 May History: This Date
In 1920 a counteroffensive by the Red Army forced the Poles to retreat westward almost to the suburbs of Warsaw, but Pilsudski, made marshal of Poland on 19 March 1920, conceived and directed a maneuver that in August brought victory to Poland.
Stanislaw Wojciechowski [15 Mar 1869 –; 09 Apr 1953], another of Pilsudski's old colleagues, was next elected president, the marshal agreeing to serve as chief of the general staff.
The parliament elected Pilsudski president of the republic on 31 May 1926, but he refused the honor, and another of his old friends, Ignacy Moscicki [01 Dec 1867 – 02 Oct 1946], was elected instead.
www.safran-arts.com /42day/history/h4may/h4may12.html   (13028 words)

  
 The Peoples of East Central Europe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Therefore Pilsudski, made first marshal of Poland after the victory of 1920, first resigned from his position as head of the state in 1922, and later, in May, 1926, decided to interfere with a situation which in his opinion was also to affect the army and the security of the country.
He forced the president, Stanislaw Wojciechowski, and the cabinet of the peasant leader, Wincenty Witos, to resign, and until his death on May 12, 1935, he exercised full control of public affairs.
He had his coup legalized by the Diet, however, refused the presidency, to which at his suggestion Professor Ignacy Moscicki was elected (re-elected for another seven-year term in 1933), and was for most of the time formally in charge of military affairs only.
victorian.fortunecity.com /wooton/34/halecki/21.htm   (13413 words)

  
 Polish ministries, etc.
1945) 9 Oct 1944 - 28 Jun 1945 Stanislaw Janusz SL (b.
1971) 28 Jun 1969 - 13 Feb 1971 Stanislaw Majewski PZPR (b.
1992) 15 Jul 1968 - 28 Jun 1969 Stanislaw Majewski PZPR (b.
www.rulers.org /polgov.html   (5338 words)

  
 Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont Winner of the 1924 Nobel Prize in Literature
Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont Winner of the 1924 Nobel Prize in Literature
Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont., writer, Nobel Prize in Literature 1924 (submitted by Helen)
Wladyslaw Stanislaw Reymont Biography from Encyclopedia Britannica (submitted by www.britannica.com)
almaz.com /nobel/literature/1924a.html   (101 words)

  
 The Interwar Period (1918-1939) - Minutes from the session of the National Assembly
On December 9, 1922, a presidential election was held by the National Assembly.
The competing candidates included Count Maurycy Zamoyski (right wing), Stanislaw Wojciechowski (Polish Peasant Movement PSL-Piast), Gabriel Narutowicz (Polish Peasant Movement PSL-Wyzwolenie), Ignacy Daszynski (Polish Socialist Party or PPS), and Jan Baudouin de Courtenay (ethnic minorities).
Gabriel Narutowicz was born on March 17, 1865 in Telsze (Kowno/Kaunas region).
www.poland.pl /archives/interwar/article,,id,11622.htm   (568 words)

  
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On 12 May 1926, when he marched on Warsaw with troops loyal to him, he intended to make only a military demonstration to force the government to resign and for the President to form a new one.
Shots were exchanged between Pilsudski’s supporters and units of the regular army in the capital who were loyal to the government.
He had chosen a career in the Uniate church, while his brother, Count Stanislaw M.Szeptycki (1867-1950) chose a military career, first in the Austrian and then the Polish army, where he rose to the rank of general.
web.ku.edu /~eceurope/hist557/lect14a.htm   (10782 words)

  
 jewish museum
Libera refused an invitation to the 1997 Venice Biennale when asked to omit his Lego series.
The director of the Biennale's Polish pavilion, Jan Stanislaw Wojciechowski, (as reported in the Los Angeles Times) called the Lego works "explosive material" that trivializes one of the darkest moments in European civilization.
At the same time Libera is one of the most widely known and praised Polish artists in the world and his work has been exhibited at galleries and art festivals throughout Europe and the United States, including the Jeu de Palme in March 2000.
polishculture-nyc.org /jew_museum.htm   (472 words)

  
 UTC - Community involvement, grants, financial support and support of the arts - hvac, fuel cells, helicopters, ...
In qualifying for the award, the plant passed 11 million hours without a lost-time incident.
These UTC employees are also students at the President Stanislaw Wojciechowski Higher Vocational State School in Kalisz, Poland, thanks to our Employee Scholar Program (ESP), which provides tuition, books, academic fees, and paid time off to pursue degrees in the fields of their choice.
Since 1996, the company has invested $529 million in the program, including $142 million in common stock awards.
www.utc.com /responsibility/people.htm   (1708 words)

  
 The World at War - Poland Timeline 1918-52
President Stanislaw Wojciechowski meets Pilsudski in the middle of Kierbedz Bridge and tells the Marshal that the Government is prepared to meet force with force.
President Wojciechowski and Prime Minister Witos surrender and resign from office after striking socialist railway workers prevent reinforcement of government forces in the capital.
Pilsudski allows parliamentary government to continue rather than establish a personal dictatorship but maintains influence through control of elections and military.
worldatwar.net /timeline/poland/18-52.html   (5040 words)

  
 Countries Ph-Pu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
2001) 6 Sep 1980 - 18 Oct 1981 Stanislaw Kania (b.
1738) 12 Sep 1733 - 30 Jun 1734 Stanislaw I Leszczynski (2nd time) (s.a.) (abdicates 27 Jan 1736) 30 Jun 1734 - 5 Oct 1763 August III (b.
1940) 20 Dec 1922 - 15 May 1926 Stanislaw Wojciechowski (b.
manic-raven.com /rulers/rulp2.html   (7130 words)

  
 THE BROOKLYN RAIL - FILM
Personally influenced in my own creative practice by such vanguard artists as Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Valie Export, Eva Hesse, Adrian Piper, and Carolee Schneemann, it is with great enthusiasm that I come to know the Polish artists whose work in many ways resonates with theirs.
Open Form (Forma Otwarta, 1971) is a multi-part film by Zofia Kulik in collaboration with Przemyslaw Kwiek, Jan Stanislaw Wojciechowski, and Pawel Kwiek.
In the fragment, "The Revealing of Complex Form," Kulik directs the actress Ewa Lemanska in site-specific actions intervening in Warsaw’s urbanscape.
www.thebrooklynrail.org /film/march04/hairsnarl.html   (2059 words)

  
 pin011a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Publication "Narod Polski w walce o wolnosc i niepodleglosc" by Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, Washington 1957
Radio speeches - "Other side of the coin" by Stanislaw Zadrozny.
Materials from the Radio Free Europe, biographical note and news clippings on Stanislaw Radkiewicz - Member of Politbiuro, Minister of Public Security
www.piasa.org /piasaarchives/pin011a.html   (3630 words)

  
 Welcome to the new CIRCLE website (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tallinn as a multicultural city: structures, initiatives, debate
by Dorota Ilczuk (in co-operation with Kazimierz Krzysztofek, Rafal Pankowski and Jan Stanislaw Wojciechowski)
Cultural policy discourse and diversity management in Berlin
www.circle-network.org.cob-web.org:8888 /publication/warsaw2005/bookinfo.htm   (364 words)

  
 [No title]
Appraisals of doctoral theses written under the supervision of Znaniecki
Letters of Znaniecki to Stanislaw Wojciechowski, November 20, 1919;
Kazimierz Tymieniecki, April 4, 1946; Minister of Religious Beliefs and Public Enlightenment, May 31, 1935
www.lib.uchicago.edu /ead/rlg/ICU.SPCL.ZNANIECKI.xml   (2063 words)

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