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Stefan Bronisław Starzyński, politician, economist, epitome of Warsaw
Stefan Starzyński was born to an impoverished noble family.
Starzynski’s death is a mystery to this day although the most probable account is that he was shot while in Dachau concentration camp on October 17, 1943.
www.angelfire.com /scifi2/rsolecki/stefan_starzynski.html   (1103 words)

  
 Stefan Starzynski Polish Legion of American Veterans, USA (PLAV), Post #55, Salem, Massachusetts
Salem's Stefan Starzynski Polish Legion of American Veterans (PLAV) Post #55 is located near the water off Derby Street, on Daniels Street, east of Pickering Wharf heading towards the The House of Seven Gables, going towards the Salem Willows Park area.
The Stefan Starzynski PLAV Post #55 was started on Bentley Street in Salem in 1930.
Stefan Starzynski (1893-1943) was the Lord Mayor of Warsaw and was the defender of Warsaw during World War II (WWII).
www.moondragon.org /salem/plav.html   (2116 words)

  
 Dachau concentration camp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blessed Stefan Wincenty Frelichowski Catholic priest, died February 23, 1945.
Blessed Stefan Grelewski, Catholic priest, prisoner No. 25281, starved to death in Dachau on May 9, 1941.
Karl Leisner, in Dachau since December 14, 1941, freed May 4, 1945, but died on August 12 from the tuberculosis contracted in the camp.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dachau_concentration_camp   (2434 words)

  
 1939: Poland - Archive Article - MSN Encarta
But the Polish High Command showed such complete ineptitude and lack of courage, that no personal bravery of some of the Generals, such as General Sosnkowski, and of the great masses of soldiers and officers, could do much to save the situation.
While the Government left Warsaw five days after the campaign began, the city, under the leadership of its Mayor Stefan Starzynski, held out heroically until Sept. 27, and finally surrendered only because of lack of food and water.
All hope of further resistance for the isolated army units came to an end when on Sept. 17 Russia invaded Poland from the North and East.
encarta.msn.com /sidebar_461501484/1939_Poland.html   (4961 words)

  
 Grange ghetto home page
When he returned he became a teacher at a technical school and one of the organisers of the Central Union of Jewish Craftsmen.
He was a councillor in the Kehilla (the Jewish Community authority) from 1937, and was nominated its head by Stefan Starzynski, the Mayor of Warsaw, at the outbreak of war.
After the start of the occupation Czerniaków was elected chairman of the Judenrat, successor to the Kehilla.
warsawghetto.epixtech.co.uk /20Chlodn.htm   (536 words)

  
 Photo Archives
He therefore decided to take advantage of his situation as the only foreign photographer in the city and record the events with his camera.
In his efforts, Bryan received support from Stefan Starzynski, the mayor of Warsaw, who provided him with a car, guide, interpreter and permit to photograph whatever he liked.
For three weeks, from September 7 until September 21, Bryan stayed in Warsaw filming and photographing the German bombardment and its impact on the Polish citizenry.
www.ushmm.org /uia-cgi/uia_doc/photos/10175?hr=null   (621 words)

  
 The Invasion of Poland
With Germany on the west and Russia on the east, it did not take much to take over Warsaw, the capitol of Poland.
The major of Warsaw, Stefan Starzynski, organized the citizens and fought back.
Many of the Polish officers left their surrendering troops and retreated back into Warsaw to form new regiments made of mostly officers.
library.thinkquest.org /26742/poland.html   (785 words)

  
 The Interwar Period (1918-1939) - The first local government in an independent Poland in Białystok
Decorative tableau was made for commemorating the members of the first City Council in an independent Poland.
It presents the pictures of the members with their surnames: Antoni Gliński, Stanisław Homan, Stanisław Smoliński, Wincenty Hermanowski, Zygmunt Siemaszko, Stefan Sobolewski, Jan Knaup, Jan Jaroszewicz, inż.
Bolesław Rybołowicz, dr Bogusław Ostromęcki, Władysław Teul, Stefan Starzyński, Jan Jałyński, Antoni Minkiewicz, Zygmunt Maciejewski, Franciszek Gil-Gilewski, Stanisław Parfjanowicz, Franciszek Godyński, A. Roleder, Józef Puchalski, Stefan Kucharski, Jan Wasilewski, Józef Citkowski, Julia Champińska, Kazimierz Sasinowski.
www.poland.pl /archives/interwar/article,,id,44582.htm   (396 words)

  
 TIME.com: Red Dawn Over Warsaw -- Sep. 25, 1944 -- Page 1
Warsaw, which had writhed under the Nazi heel longer than any other United Nations capital (since Sept. 28, 1939), was due for liberation by the fifth anniversary of its subjugation.
Brave, stubborn Mayor Stefan Starzynski would not be there to witness the freeing of the city he had defended to the death after other Polish resistance ceased.
But his place was filled by the equally brave underground leader who goes by the nom de guerre of General Bor.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,791632,00.html   (714 words)

  
 Shaun Kenney | Politics and Religion in Virginia's Public Square
The family will receive friends Sunday, May 23, at Found & Sons Funeral Chapels, Fredericksburg, from 6 to 8 p.m., with a rosary at 7 p.m.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated Monday, May 24, at St. Mary Catholic Church at 11 a.m., with Father Stefan Starzynski officiating.
The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to Mary Washington Hospice, 2300 Fall Hill Ave., Suite 210, Fredericksburg, Va. 22401.
www.shaunkenney.com /2004/05/nannys-obituaryann-abla-street-72-of.htm   (570 words)

  
 Polish Music Journal 4.1.01 - Stojowski: Music and Life - An Address
The capital of Poland was surrounded and attacked by German forces in September 1939; the city capitulated on September 28, eleven days after Stalin and Hitler signed a pact dividing Poland between Germany and the Soviet Union.
Through the siege, the expressive voice of Stefan Starzyñski (1893-1943), the president of Warsaw, provided solace to the city's defenders through daily radio broadcasts.
During the broadcasts Chopin's music was performed live by Polish-Jewish pianist, W³adys³aw Szpilman (1911-2000) who survived the war by hiding in the ruins of the Warsaw ghetto.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/PMJ/issue/4.1.01/stojowskiadres.html   (2908 words)

  
 Chronology
Death of Polish Primate and staunch anti-communist Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski.
Birth of Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, Primate of Poland from 1948-1981, a staunch defender of faith during Poland's year's under Communist control.
The arrest of Polish President Stefan Starzynski by the Gestapo in Warsaw.
www.polamjournal.com /Library/Chronology/chronology.html   (5789 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Stefan Starzynski, prezydent Warszawy (Biblioteka wiedzy o Warszawie): Books: Marian Marek Drozdowski   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Amazon.com: Stefan Starzynski, prezydent Warszawy (Biblioteka wiedzy o Warszawie): Books: Marian Marek Drozdowski
Stefan Starzynski, prezydent Warszawy (Biblioteka wiedzy o Warszawie) (Unknown Binding)
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 City of the month: Warsaw
The Warsaw Chamber Opera was founded in 1961 by Stefan Sutkowski, who has served as its Managing and Artistic Director ever since.
In 1915, during World War I, Warsaw was occupied by the Germans and in 1918 became the capital of the reborn Polish State.
The urban planning activities, of particular intensity under the presidency of Stefan Starzynski, came to an abrupt and dramatic end in September 1939 when Germany invaded Poland.
www.music-opera.com /site_english/ville_warsaw_e.htm   (4120 words)

  
 Polish Music Newsletter, vol. 8 no. 3, March 2002
The collection includes such rare items as Rubinstein's set of 78-recordings of Chopin, and releases of archival recordings by Paderewski and Landowska, as well as speeches by President Stefan Starzynski during the defense of Warsaw in 1939.
Regina Smendzianka, and the director of Warsaw's Chamber Opera, Stefan Sutkowski received doctorates honoris causa from the F. Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw.
Stefan Sutkowski's path to directing one of the most innovative opera theaters in Europe led through studies of oboe performance at the Academy of Music in Warsaw and musicology at the University of Warsaw.
www.usc.edu /dept/polish_music/news/mar02.html   (9590 words)

  
 tragicSept
After thirty days of fighting, often without food and water, with weapons and ammunition running out, the defenders could not carry on the fight any longer without substantial help from outside.
Seeing that the situation of the city was becoming hopeless, and to spare further suffering and bloodshed, the mayor of the city, Stefan Starzynski surrendered the ruined city, with thousands of dead, wounded and hungry defenders, to the dreaded enemy.
Radio Warsaw, which for many days of fighting instilled hope in her brave citizens and raised hope in all those who could still hear all over Poland, was silenced.
www.polamjournal.com /Library/APHistory/tragicSept/tragicsept.html   (1691 words)

  
 TIME.com: "Such Is War" -- Sep. 18, 1939 -- Page 2
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Stefan Starzynski, mayor of Warsaw, was a demon in its defense.
He rallied civilians to help the soldiery, exhorted Poland's women to fight beside their men, took to the radio to order the city's life.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,762588-2,00.html   (691 words)

  
 The Canadian Foundation of Polish-Jewish Heritage - Adam Czerniakow's Drama
According to him the letter should have been like this: "Jews!
In September 1939 with the president of Warsaw Stefan Starzynski Czerniakow fixed up the status of the chairman of the commune.
On September 23rd, in a diary he kept from the first days of the war, Czerniakow in the following words commented on his nomination: "A historical role in a besieged city.
polish-jewish-heritage.org /Eng/listopad_adam.htm   (1276 words)

  
 ABC's of Polish Community in Boston and New England- ABC Polonii Bostonu i Nowej Anglii - Polacy - Boston - Nowa Anglia
The store is located on 118 Water St in
Web site for Stefan Starzynski Polish Legion of American Veterans
PLAV Post # 55 is located on 9 Daniels St. in Salem, MA.
www.polboston.com   (896 words)

  
 pin011a   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Radio speeches of Stefan Korbonski and Andrzej Pomian.
Materials from the Radio Free Europe, biographical note and news clippings on Stefan Matuszewski - Member of Politbiuro
Biographical data of Witold Trapczynski (Ambassadour) and communists: Mieczyslaw Jagielski, Stefan Olszowski, Edward Gierek.
www.piasa.org /piasaarchives/pin011a.html   (3630 words)

  
 The Attic Room, Act One
So you had to deal with the Nazis and the Poles?
Stefan Starzynski, the mayor of Warsaw, he was always helpful.
But out in the neighborhoods where Jews lived.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /Holocaust/resource/plays/attic1.htm   (6046 words)

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