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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

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  • 18 September 2019

    The celebrations marking the 80th anniversary of the attack of the Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union on Poland began with the symbolic wreath laying by the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Poland to the EU Ambassador Andrzej Sados, in the chapel of the Polish Catholic Mission in Brussels, under a plaque commemorating Polish officers murdered in Katyn. At the Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU an exhibition entitled "Fight and suffering" was opened. It reminds about the tragedy of World War II, the fight against totalitarian regimes of Germany and Russia, as well as heroism and sacrifice of Poles.

     

     

    The ceremony was accompanied by a piano concert focusing on the music of Fryderyk Chopin and Ignacy Jan Paderewski.

     

     

     

     

     

    The exhibition 'Fight and suffering. Polish citizens during World War II ”is part of an international project implemented by the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. As part of the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the beginning of World War II and the USSR attack on Poland, it was presented in 80 locations around the world, on six continents, including in cities such as Brussels, Washington, Mexico, Edinburgh, Vienna, Belgrade and Jakarta. The exhibition is about the Polish experience of World War II, with particular emphasis on the horror and tragedy of those times.

     

     

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