Gen. R. Kuklinski – A Polish Lonely Mission – Traveling Exhibition and Presentation
Highlighting Gen. Ryszard Kuklinski’s actions as a secret spy for the US while maintaining his position as a Polish Communist Army General.
In 1972-1981, Kuklinski provided over 40,000 pages of Polish and Warsaw Pact documents to the CIA. Presenting Kuklinski’s often dangerous and life threatening work that provided the US vital secret information during the Cold War.
Speakers: Ryszard Owsiany, PMA President, MC; Piotr Janicki, Consul General of the Republic of Poland; Jan Stanisław Parys, Polish politician, sociologist and journalist, Minister of National Defense – 1991-1992, Head of the Political Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs – 2015–2018.
Feature Presentation by: Filip Frąckowiak, Director of the General Ryszard Kukliński Museum, Warsaw, Poland