Poster to commemorate 100 years of Polish independence
Polish Heritage Trust Museum collection

Poland: My heritage of regained freedom


AccessibleEast Auckland
Date

Wednesday 3 October, 10.30am-11.30am

Venue

Polish Heritage Trust Museum

125 Elliot St, Howick

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Cost

Koha appreciated

Bookings

No bookings required

Website

polishheritage.co.nz

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Event details

Museum founder and former Honorary Consul John Roy-Wojciechowski talks about his life and the Centennial of Poland's Regained Independence.

The rebirth of the Polish Republic in 1918 was the result of the efforts of several generations of Poles – outstanding individuals and their political circles. Hear the story of the country regaining independence at the close of World War 1, and the account of one of the 'Polish children of Pahiatua'.

Stay after the talk, meet John and share morning tea.


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