became known as the " Generation of Columbuses ". 10 A similar situation faced theaters, which were forbidden by the Germans to produce "serious" spectacles. Among musicians who performed for the Polish II Corps in a Polska Parada cabaret were Henryk Wars and Irena Anders.
Soon afterward, the Germans set fire to a Jewish synagogue and filmed Polish bystanders, portraying them in propaganda releases as a "vengeful mob." 19 This divisive policy was reflected in the Germans' decision to destroy Polish education, while at the. 78 These Departments oversaw efforts to save from looting and destruction works of art in state and private collections (most notably, the giant paintings by Jan Matejko that were concealed throughout the war). Polish Underground State saved much of Poland's most valuable cultural treasures, and worked to salvage as many cultural institutions and artifacts as possible. 213 a b Parker, Christine. Paper presented at the Symposium on the occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Warsaw Rising 1944. Destroyed in Warsaw, September 1939. Norman Davies wrote in God's Playground : "In 1945, as a prize for untold sacrifices, the attachment of the survivors to their native culture was stronger than ever before." 128 Similarly, close-knit underground classes, from primary schools to universities.
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72 73 Other Polish writers, however, rejected the Soviet persuasions and instead published underground: Jadwiga Czechowiczówna, Jerzy Hordyński, Jadwiga Gamska-Łempicka, Herminia Naglerowa, Beata Obertyńska, Ostap Ortwin, Tadeusz Peiper, Teodor Parnicki, Juliusz Petry. 240 (in Polish Cholewa-Selo, Anna (2005 Muza i Jutrzenka. 38 It was expected that Polish children would begin to work once they finished their primary education at age 12. 46 The public destruction of Polish books was not limited to those seized from libraries, but also included those books that were confiscated from private homes. Jana Kochanowskiego, isbn CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list ( link ) Further reading edit Mężyńskia, Andrzej; Paszkiewicz, Urszula; Bieńkowska, Barbara (1994 Straty bibliotek w czasie II wojny światowej w granicach Polski z 1945 roku. 27 According to another, only 105 of pre-war Poland's 175 museums survived the war, and just 33 of these institutions were able to reopen. The term denotes an entire generation of Poles, born soon after Poland regained independence in 1918, whose adolescence was marked by World War. Retrieved on June 15, 2008 a b c Salmonowicz 1994,. . Władysław Szpilman ) and artists likewise performed in ghettos and even in concentration camps.