The bravest – story of Irena Sendler

During the wartime people show the worst and the best sides of their characters. Usually the first of them. But there are outstanding individuals, who prove their worth then. Irena Sendler has always been a person with a strong opinions, and she has never been afraid to defend them. At the time of World War II, thanks to actions of Sendler and her associates, over 2,5 thousands of Jewish children were saved. She was born
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Dziady – supernatural genealogy

Back in the days, looking for your roots was so much easier. Twice a year you could just summon your deceased ancestor and ask him about all the nurturing matters. But speaking seriously: Dziady (in English: Forefathers’ Eve) is a Slavic holiday, dedicated to the spirits. It allowed you (presumably) to contact the other side. After the Christianity entered the Polish territory, Dziady was forbidden, and the practitioners were persecuted. Not fully successfully. Dziady stopped
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Bielaski family – real american career

Friend of Abraham Lincoln, first Polish-American professional baseball player, director of Bureau of Investigation and head of Passport Division – read about immigration experiences of Bielaski family.
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