Two sculptures by Stanisław Szukalski in the collection of the Polish Museum of America.
PMA presents the third film in a series introducing the hidden stories, behind the scenes of the PMA collections: I. J. Paderewski's Watch and Polish Army Veterans. The Master's watch is one of many gifts donated by his sister, Antonina Wilkońska. Along with furniture from the Buckingham Hotel in New
The Polish Museum of America presents the impact of Poland's history on the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 The Warsaw Uprising was a major World War II operation, in the summer of 1944, by the Polish underground resistance, led by the Polish resistance Home Army, to liberate Warsaw from German occupation.
The Great Victory of the Polish Armed Forces under the command of Marshal Józef Piłsudski and General Tadeusz Rozwadowski over the Bolshevik Army in the summer of 1920 stopped the Russians from occupying Western Europe all the way to the Pyrenean mountain range between France and Spain. This was the
Best wishes and congratulations to PMA Managing Director Małgorzata Kot on her 25th anniversary as an employee of the Polish Museum in America and fulfilling its mission of preserving the past for future generations.