Honoring Polish American Blue Army veterans, the Polish Institute of Culture & Research held a three-day program. Led by Henrietta Nowakowska, the project restored gravesites and unveiled a monument. Supported by the PMA Archives, it included a documentary, lectures, and a Sunday mass, commemorating their service.
This Polish language presentation is hosted by Cezary Zawadzinski, who examines the history and role of the Polish hussars, or the winged hussars, a heavy cavalry formation active in Poland and in the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth during the 16th and the 18th centuries.
On Monday, September 19, 2022, The Polish Museum of America Library received a donation of old books from Jerri and Gary Williams.
The Polish Museum of America mourns the passing of respected veteran, Wiesław Chodorowski. Wiesław Tadeusz ‘Ted’ Chodorowski (January 4, 1929 - June 10, 2022)
May 18, 1944, marks a very special day for WWII history-the Polish 2 Corps broke the German defensive lines and opened the road for the Allies to liberate Rome from German occupation
Helena Sromek, age 78, of Chicago, passed away peacefully on April 9, 2022, after a brief battle with cancer.
On this day 36 years ago the art world lost one of its own. Adam Kossowski was born Dec. 5, 1905-in Nowy Sacz, Poland.