73 Commemoration of Mieczyslaw Haiman’s death

January 15, we recollect the founder and first director of the PMA - Mieczyslaw Haiman.

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The Polish Museum of America celebrates 85 years since its opening…

The Polish Museum of America celebrates 85 years since opening its door to the public.

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Peace and prosperity on the occasion of Epiphany!

Peace and prosperity on the occasion of Epiphany! Pokoju i pomyślności z okazji Święta Trzech Króli!

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National Day of commemoration on the Anniversary of Greater Poland Insurrection

On this day we not only commemorate the 103 anniversary of the Greater Poland Uprising but this is the first time when December 27 is celebrated as the National Day of the victorious Greater Poland Uprising.

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Merry Christmas!

With warm appreciation for your support, we wish you and your family Peace, Joy, Hope and Good Will this Christmas and throughout the New Year! - The Polish Museum of America

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Tymoteusz Karpowicz – 100th anniversary of birth

Today we remember Polish poet, playwright, Tymoteusz Karpowicz. He was born Dec. 15, 1921, near Wilno, in Poland, and died June 29, 2005, in Oak Park, IL.

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The 40th Anniversary of Martial Law in Poland

The wonder-filled months of 1981 in Poland when Polish factories, industrial sites, ports and airports, schools, and universities experienced the courage and enthusiasm of living out and expressing freedom came to a brutal halt.

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The 116th anniversary of 1905 Nobel Literature Award

He was born into a modest noble family in Russian occupied Poland on May 5, 1846, in Wola Okrzejska, Poland.

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80 Pearl Harbor Commemoration

On this day 80 years ago, just short of 8 am, the Japanese Imperial air force (Japan was a member of Hitler's Axis Alliance), attacked a quiet enclave of America called Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.

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Polish November Uprising Commemoration

Late, on the night of November 29/30, 1830 Polish officers and cadets from the Warsaw Military Academy initiated one of its first national insurrections in modern Polish history.

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