An exhibit sponsored by the Insitute of the National Remembrance and the Polish Studies Program will be on view in the Burritt Library, 2nd floor, from March 26 – April 9th
The exhibition is about a special half-century in the history of Poland. The main theme of the exhibit is Polish fight for freedom, expressed in a form of armed struggle and political activity. Expressive photographs show Polish soldiers on various World War II fronts and the phenomenon of the Polish Underground State in the occupied country.
Reception & opening lecture: Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 at 6:30 pm, Elihu Burritt Library, 2nd Floor, CCSU
Lecture will be given by Dr. Władysław Bułhak,
Deputy Director of the Office of Public Education.
Dr. Władysław Bułhak is a member of the editorial board of scientific IPN semi-annual “Memory and Justice”, as well as an international research network Centre for Cold War Studies at the University of Southern Denmark in Ödensee.
Admission is FREE and the public is cordially invited.
For further information please contact Special Collections
at 860 832-2085