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Another album of photographs by one of the most acclaimed European photojournalists, Chris Niedenthal, devoted to a particular period of the Polish history – the martial law.
Halina Poświatowska is – next to Wisława Szymborska – the best known and most widely read Polish woman poet. Poświatowska in memoirs and inspirations is a unique book dedicated to her – to “Haśka” - as the poet, who died prematurely of a heart condition, was known to her friends and family.
Children in the Polish People’s Republic” is an album containing stunning photographs of the world of children in the Polish People’s Republic. The photographer — Wiesław Zieliński — tells a story of this magical period of life, bringing back childhood memories to everyone who were kids in the 1960s and 1970s.
The album features the most precious and one of the best preserved renaissance edifices in Poland - the former magnates’ residence in Baranów Sandomierski.
The fourth mini-album in the “Medallists” series is devoted to the sport career of one of the most famous Polish female athletes – Stanisława Walasiewicz-Olson (1911–1980), an Olympic champion and multiple world record breaker.