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After 123 years of captivity Poland regained independence.
It is experiencing economic, cultural and social boom.

Jan Szczepanik, also known as Polish Edison, inventor of bulletproof vest, held a few hundred international patents of astonishing variety....

Flying Officer Boleslaw Orlinski was an ace military and record-breaking pilot. Together with Leonard Kubiak (engineer) he completed a daredevil challenge – a round trip...

Prior to the outbreak of World War II, polish skiers keenly flocked to skiing resorts all over the country. ...

The name of the company - E. WEDEL - was written in bold, large letters on the bottom of the fuselage. It was seen by...

Immediately after regaining independence in 1918 Poland was faced with a serious challenge - the lack of sea port. The authorities of the Free City...

The tallest building in Katowice - the famous Skyscraper – was completed in little more than a few years. It was designed by Professor Stefan Bryla...