Archive for October, 2018

October 2018 Events

October is the
POLISH HERITAGE MONTH

November 11, 1918 is
Poland’s ‘Fourth of July’

This year is particularly special since it marks the 100th Anniversary of the proclamation of Poland’s independence. That day is also important in America and elsewhere because it marks the end of the First World War on the western front in Europe. Today November 11 is observed in the United States as Veterans’ Day.

The Wisconsin Polish American Congress in cooperation with the Polish Center of Wisconsin is proud to sponsor a series of three presentations that deal with Poland’s rebirth.

These presentations begin at 7:00 p.m. in the
Veterans Room of the Polish Center of Wisconsin
and are free and open to the public

Recalling the Centennial of the End of World War I
and the Rebirth of Independent Poland

Dr. Donald Pienkos, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, (UW-Milwaukee)
Thursday, October 11th, 7 p.m.

Poland’s Central Place in Five Critical Twentieth Century Events
Dr. Donald Pienkos, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, (UW-Milwaukee)
Thursday, October 11th, 7 p.m.

100 Years of United States-Poland Relations
Dr. Neal Pease, Professor of History (UW-Milwaukee)
Thursday, October 25th, 7 p.m.

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