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John S. Flizikowski (1868 - 1934)

Flizikowski designed the Polish Museum of America and White Eagle Brewing Co. See Photos in Media section of John's profile John S. Flizikowski (also known as José; born April 19, 1868 in Preu...

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Kashubian Artists - Modern (deceased)

From Renfrew County - Wilno Kashubian Museum

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Paul Joseph Yakabushi (1922 - 1987)

Paul was the first elected Kashubian Canadian politican. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1963 to 1987, as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party. Yakabuski was born in B...

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Father Bernard Sychta (1907 - 1982)

Born on March 21, 1907 in Puzdrowie in Kashuby. He attended high school in Wejherowo. After he graduated high school in 1927, he entered the Seminary in Pelplin. After completing his theological studie...

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Alojzy Nagel (1930 - 1998)

Aloysius Nagel was one of the most important and the most prominent Kashubian artists. He was a poet, writer and author of children's books and family history. 1994 - received Literary Award Gda...

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Generalfeldmarschall Ludwig Graf Yorck von Wartenburg (1759 - 1830)

preußischer Generalfeldmarschall und Begründer des Adelsgeschlechts Yorck von Wartenburg. Sein Vater David Jonathan von Yorck, * 7. Juli 1721 in Rowe (heute polnisch: Rowy) im Kreis S...

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Roman Teodor Stanisław Janta Połczyński, Sr. (1849 - 1916)

Działacz gospodarczy i polityczny na Pomorzu Gdańskim oraz w Wielkopolsce, poseł do parlamentu niemieckiego. Po ukończeniu gimnazjum realnego w Poznaniu (1868) studiowa...

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Günter Wilhelm Grass, Nobel Prize in Literature 1999 MP

Berlin, Germany

Günter Wilhelm Grass (born 16 October 1927) is a Nobel Prize-winning German author, poet, playwright, sculptor and artist. He was born in the Free City of Danzig (now Gdańsk, Poland). I...

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Jozef Wrycza, ks. (1884 - 1961)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia {English text, minus footnotes): please contact the original article author, "Kaszubian" (Joseph Hughes) if you have any further information. Thanks! - Joe

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Jan Franciszek Styp Rekowski, II (1874 - 1942)

Jan Styp Rekowski urodził się w Płotowie. Jego żoną była Weronika Bruska, z którą miał 12 dzieci, w tym 7 synów. Jan Styp Rekowski ...

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Leon Nepomucen Janta Połczyński (1867 - 1961)

Leon Janta Połczyński – polski ziemianin, polityk, działacz społeczny, minister rolnictwa i dóbr narodowych, senator I i III kadencji w II RP. Wikipedia PL I...

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Aleksander Janta Połczyński (1908 - 1974)

Polski prozaik, poeta, dziennikarz, publicysta, tłumacz, rotmistrz rezerwy kawalerii Wojska Polskiego, kolekcjoner, bibliofil, posiadacz wielu "białych kruków". Aleksander Jant...

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Music - Folk/Traditional (deceased)

Watch YouTube video - Oglądaj wideo z YouTube 1. Kaszëbë nuty - 2. Kaszuby - Tu Je Naszo Ziemia (Górol dlo Kaszeba) ... Kashubian notes or Kashubian hieroglyphs is a p...

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Leszek (Lech) Mieczysław Zygmunt Bądkowski (1920 - 1984)

Lech Bądkowski (b. January 24, 1920, Toruń, Poland, d. February 24, 1984, Gdańsk) - writer, journalist, publicist and Kashubian-Pomeranian activist, promoter of regional history an...

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Jarosław Śmietana (1951 - 2013)

Watch YouTube video - Oglądaj wideo z YouTube 1. Story of Polish Jazz - 3. Bieganie Po Manhatanie - . l

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Music - Jazz/Blues (deceased)

Watch YouTube video - Oglądaj wideo z YouTube 1. Story of Polish Jazz - Jarosław Śmietana

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Music - Pop/Punk/Rock (deceased)

Watch YouTube video - Oglądaj wideo z YouTube 1. Natalia Szroeder - Natalia Szroeder is an up and coming Kazubian singer from Parchowo. Natalia sings in Kaszubian, Polish and English. Potr...

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Book - "The Kashubian Polish Community of Southeastern Minnesota (MN) (Images of America)" (deceased)

Book Synopsis from Amazon People in Southeastern Minnesota are a small yet distinct group of people; small, because in a world-view they are few in number, emigrated from a small area in Poland, and ...

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Book - “Kashubia to Canada – Crossing on the Agda” (deceased)

Author: Shirley Mask Connolly In 2009, the Polish Ambassador to Canada, H.E. Zenon Kosiniak-Kamysz, awarded Shirley Mask Connolly the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit for her outstanding contribu...

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Maria Krystyna Krakowska (1913 - 2007)

PRO MEMORIA. MARIA KRYSTYNA KRAKOWSKA, primo voto Rodziewicz z rodu Janta-Połczyńskich h. Bończa. Dzieciństwo i młodość spędziła w P...

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Jan Rompski (1913 - 1969)

Jan Rompski (Kashubian language: Jón Rómpsczi) (8 December 1913 – 30 December 1969) was a Kashubian activist, poet, writer, journalist and ethnographer. He was one of the most impo...

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Jan Trepczyk (1907 - 1989)

Jan Trepczyk (Kashubian: Jan Trepczik; 22 October 1907 in Strysza Buda, Kartuzy – 3 September 1989, in Wejherowo, Poland) was one of the most accomplished Kashubian poets, and also a songwriter,...

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Józef Rufin Wybicki h. Rogala, Sr. (1747 - 1822)

Józef Rufin Wybicki herbu Rogala – polski pisarz i polityk , z wykształcenia prawnik. Poseł na sejm w I Rzeczypospolitej. Uczestnik konfederacji barskiej. Reformator praw w ...

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Anna Łajming (1904 - 2003)

Pisarka, której utwory (wspomnienia, powieści, sztuki teatralne) poświęcone są Kaszubom z okresu sprzed I i II wojny światowej. Pisała po polsku wplataj...

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Hieronim Jan Derdowski (1852 - 1902)

Hieronim Derdowski (kaszb.: Hieronim Derdowsczi lub Jarosz Derdowsczi) – poeta kaszubski, humorysta, dziennikarz, wydawca prasy emigracyjnej w USA. Autor powiedzenia "Nie ma Kaszub bez Polonii, ...

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Jan Paweł Karnowski (1886 - 1939)

Jan Karnowski (csb: Jan Karnowsczi, pseudonim "Wôś Budzysz", ur. 16 maja 1886 w Czarnowie w pow. chojnickim, zm. 2 października 1939 w Wyrzysku) – sędzia, poeta kaszu...

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Gerard Labuda (1916 - 2010)

Gerard Labuda (ur. 28 grudnia 1916 w Nowej Hucie koło Kartuz, zm. 1 października 2010 w Poznaniu) – polski historyk, mediewista. Specjalność naukowa: historia powszec...

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Florian Stanisław Wenanty Ceynowa (1817 - 1881)

Florian Ceynowa (Kashubian Florión Cenôwa) (May 4, 1817 – March 26, 1881) was a doctor, political activist, writer, and linguist. He undertook efforts to identitfy Kashubian langua...

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Aloysius Rekowski, Father (1921 - 2006)

(article in Kaszëbsczi follows) Aloysius J. Rekowski (1921-2006) was a Roman Catholic priest, Scriptual scholar, historian, and translator. He was born to Kashubian-Canadian parents on October...

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Aleksander Jan Alojzy Majkowski (1876 - 1938)

Aleksander Majkowski is regarded as the leading figure in the Kashubian movement and the founder of its historic and intellectual base. By design, he captured the Kashubian cultural ideology in the lit...

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