Archive for September, 2011


Milwaukee’s beautiful and historic monument honoring the great American and Polish patriot, General Thaddeus Kosciuszko, is sadly in need of restoration.

Our Wisconsin PAC State Division and its members have already contributed to this wonderful cause. We strongly encourage everyone who visits our website to consider doing the same!

An outstanding committee of community activists is hard at work directing the fund drive. This Kosciuszko Monument Restoration Committee has created an excellent and informative website of its own. It tells about everything one needs to know about this effort.

Please check out the Committee’s internet address: or just type in the words: Kosciuszko Monument Restoration.

Let’s all work together to preserve this beautiful treasure for generations to come!

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Monday, September 26th, 2011 Newsletter No Comments

Wisconsin Polish American Congress invites you to celebrate POLISH INDEPENDENCE DAY VETERANS DAY

Msza za Ojczyznę
Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 10.30 a.m.
St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish, 2427 S. 15th St. Milwaukee, WI 53215
Maj. Leonard Jędrzejczak to be awarded The Medal Of
The Mayor of Bydgoszcz for his service to Poland
Congressman Clement Zablocki Civic Achievement Awards:
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Cash bar and Silent Auction: 12:00, Luncheon 1:15
Polish Center of Wisconsin 6941 S. 68th Street Franklin, WI 53132
Cost: $30.00 per person
for invitation contact Waldemar Biniecki at 414-482-0807 or email before October 28.

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Sunday, September 11th, 2011 Newsletter No Comments

The gathering set for West Allis is simply shameful

The Wisconsin State Division of the Polish American Congress regards a gathering in West Allis, Wisconsin organized by neo-Nazis to be most regrettable.

It is truly ironic that this group is holding its meeting on September 3, the anniversary of the start of the Second World War.

On September 1, 1939 Nazi Germany attacked Poland without warning or justification. Ultimately, perhaps seven million citizens of Poland, over 20 percent opf its population, perished in the inferno that was World War II.

On September 3, 1939 Britain and France, at last honored their treaty commitments to their Polish ally and declared War on Germany. That date, September 3, has since been regarded as the beginning of World War II, which ended in 1945.

Thousands of residents of Milwaukee and Wisconsin have someone who lost his or her life in World
War II – either in combat, or as a victim of the conflict in Europe or Asia. This conflict was caused by Nazi Germany.

It is even sadder that the Milwaukee media does not point out the fact that in World War II Nazi Germany was responsible for starting a conflict that resulted in the deaths of more than SIXTY MILLION people, most of them non-combatants.

The gathering set for West Allis is simply shameful.

Waldemar Biniecki
President of Polish American Congress
Wisconsin Division
tel.414 482-0807
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Saturday, September 3rd, 2011 Newsletter No Comments