An Early News-Sheet

An Early News-Sheet

Author: John Camden Hotten

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 135932108X



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Being and Becoming European in Poland

Being and Becoming European in Poland

Author: Marysia H. Galbraith

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783082308

Category: Social Science

Page: 250

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Overthrowing communism in 1989 and joining the European Union in 2004, the Polish people hold loyalties to region, country and now continent – even as the definition of what it means to be ‘European’ remains unclear. Paying particular attention to those who came of age in the earliest years of the neoliberal and democratic transformations, this book uses the life-story narratives of rural and urban southern Poles to reveal how ‘being European’ is considered a fundamental component of ‘being Polish’ while participants are simultaneously ‘becoming European’. Ultimately, this study demonstrates how the EU is regarded as both an idea and an instrument, and how ordinary citizens make choices that influence the shape of European identity and the legitimacy of its institutions.

Training For Armageddon

Training For Armageddon

Author: Richard D. Merritt

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460261392

Category: History

Page: 328

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Over the past 225 years the oak savannah at the mouth of the Niagara River -- designated as a Military Reserve but regarded by the local citizenry as their common lands-- has witnessed a broad spectrum of military, political and cultural happenings. Perhaps most compelling is the story of Niagara Camp, established in the 1870s on the Reserve as the summer camp for Military District #2. By the eve of the Great War this District that encompassed most of central Ontario from Niagara to Sault St. Marie including Toronto, Hamilton and St. Catharines, was the most populous and patriotic District in all of Canada. Niagara Camp and the training that went on within it endeavoured to prepare over 50,000 young men for the Overseas Canadian Expeditionary Force; however, the Camp's vigorous daily routines, comprehensive instruction and discipline could not ready them for the horrors of the Western Front and ...Armageddon. Many never returned. In 1917 Niagara Camp also became the unique training centre for 22,000 Polish Army volunteers, American and Canadian boys eager to fight for a distant land many had never set foot on. The horrific Spanish Flu Pandemic soon followed with dire consequences for the soldiers and their volunteer caregivers. Niagara was also a training camp for Canada's ill-fated and little-known Siberian Expedition. Remarkable sagas are recounted of some of the Camp's veterans. On the centennial of the Great War this in-depth recognition of the brave young volunteers during their preparation for war is long overdue.

Insight Guides Poland

Insight Guides Poland

Author: Insight Guides

Publisher: Apa Publications (UK) Limited

ISBN: 9781780055367

Category: Travel

Page: 766

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Insight Guide Poland is a comprehensive full-colour guide to the culture, history, and people of this beautiful country. Be inspired by our Best of Poland section highlighting unmissable sights and experiences and lavish Photo Features on topics such as Polish folklore, the Chopin Route and spa resorts. Our unrivalled coverage of history, landscape, and culture provides an essential introduction to Poland's green land and contemporary life, to complement the in-depth coverage of the arts, activities, and modern culture. A detailed Places section, with stunning travel photography and full-colour maps, shows you where to go and what to do, from the dense forests and "shifting" sand dunes of its national parks to the top sea and sun destinations in Western Pomerania - making sure you don't miss anything. A comprehensive Travel Tips section gives you all the travel advice you need to plan your trip, with our selective, independent reviews to guide you to the most authentic restaurants.

OECD Skills Studies OECD Skills Strategy Poland Assessment and Recommendations

OECD Skills Studies OECD Skills Strategy Poland Assessment and Recommendations

Author: OECD

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264980891


Page: 212

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This report, OECD Skills Strategy Poland: Assessment and Recommendations, identifies opportunities and recommends actions to make the education system more reponsive to labour market needs, foster participation in adult learning, increase the use of skills in workplaces and strengthen the governance of the skills system in Poland.