The Crowned White Eagle: My Polish Legacy

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 118 pages
After eight centuries of growth, the Polish nation was annihilated by its neighbors from east, south and west. Two centuries of repression, enslavement and barbaric abuse followed. Yet the aspiration for freedom and democracy endured in the hearts of its people. Today the crowned white eagle again soars. Kowalski interweaves personal stories of his family and friends in a unique testimony to courage, bravery, and renewed hope.

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About the author (2012)

Anthony P. Kowalski has often toured Poland and studied its history and culture. He served as educational administrator at a high school, at universities, and at trade associations. He holds a doctorate from NYU, a masters from Fordham, and a bachelors degree from St. Mary's. He has published articles in professional journals, and one book--Married Catholic Priests (Crossroad, 2005).

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