The centuries spent on Poland’s fight for freedom can be viewed from different perspectives, as well as the heroic efforts of generations past. We have asked for the views of two notable historians.
Adam Zamoyski (the Earl) – a noted historian and a member of the ancient Zamoyski family of Polish nobility. Zamoyski was born in New York City, raised in England and educated at The Downside School and Queen’s College, Oxford.
Norman Davies – a British historian with Welsh origin, and the author of several historical books on Polish history, who shares a passion for the complex history of Poland.
Each time he looks at the Polish flag, every citizen should reflect on the fact that the freedom which so many generations struggled for can be very easily lost… >read more
…Poles may reflect with wonder and with no small pride on the extraordinary events which have enabled their country to survive, and even flourish, in the face of such great adversity. >read more