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was to undergo a process of Aryanization: the Jewish population was to be expelled to the ''Generalgouvernement (General Government)'' and the Polish (Poles) population was to be reduced significantly and transformed into a slave (slavery) labour force. '''Arthur Szyk''' (June 16, 1894 – September 13, 1951) was a graphic artist, book illustrator (book illustration), stage designer and caricaturist. Arthur Szyk was born into a Jewish family in Łódź, in the part of Poland which was under Russian rule in the 19th century. He always regarded himself both as a Pole and a Jew. From 1921, he lived and created his works mainly in France and Poland, and in 1937 he moved to the United Kingdom. In 1940 he settled permanently in the United States, where he was granted American citizenship in 1948. Early life Tomasz Arciszewski was born in Sierzchowy, a tiny town halfway between Warsaw and Łódź to Mikołaj Arciszewski, a veteran of the January Uprising and Helena Młynarska. death_date

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in Light of Ministry of Interior Reports to the Party Leadership ," Intermarium, Volume 1, Number 1, 1997; translated from Polish. Original published in Wiez (March 1994). '''Piotr Fronczewski''' (born June 8, 1946 in Łódź, Poland), is a Polish (Poland) actor and singer. In 1973 he moved to Warsaw, where he was admitted to the Polish Philology faculty of the Warsaw University. However, in 1975 he moved to Łódź, where he graduated from the Łódź

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. Zamachowski graduated from the actor's faculty in "PWSFTViT" in Łódź. He began his acting career in 1981 and in 1989 had a co-starring role in Part Ten ''(Thou Shalt Not Covet Thy Neighbor's Goods)'' of director Krzysztof Kieślowski's film series, ''The Decalogue''. Four years later, Kieślowski cast him as the lead character, "Karol Karol", in ''Three Colors: White'', the second of his acclaimed Three Colors trilogy. * Tom Jones covered the song on album "

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Polish cities, which boast impressive long histories, Łódź was created almost from scratch during the 19th century textile industry boom to house textile mills, their owners and their workers, and rapidly grew to become an important industrial and commerce centre. In recent years, Łódź has been battling rising unemployment and youth migration resulting from the failing textile industry and is repositioning itself as a hub for design and creative industries. Owing to its history, Łódź boasts


to remain neutral in political issues while emphasizing communal prayer and the study of Torah (Torah study). He was murdered by the Germans in the Treblinka (Treblinka extermination camp) extermination camp. '''''The Promised Land''''' ( ) is a 1975 Polish film directed by Andrzej Wajda, based on a novel by Władysław Reymont. Set in the industrial city of Łódź, ''The Promised Land'' tells the story of a Pole (Poland), a Germany German

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Film Festival In France, ''Manhunter'' was screened

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of Łódź, who protested the Act of November 5, and demanded in a letter to the German government annexation of western Poland by Germany as well as settlement of ethnic Germans in those areas. Aleksander Kraushar, ''PKFHSPKFHS books book okupacja 53.jpg Warszawa podczas okupacji niemieckiej 1915–1918'', Lwów 1921, pp. 39 However, Poland's unspecified borders were threatened in the West as well: Late in 1917

; a policy earlier suggested by a letter to the German government by members of Poland's German minority, settled around Łódź. Aleksander Kraushar, ''PKFHSPKFHS books book okupacja 53.jpg Warszawa podczas okupacji niemieckiej 1915-1918'', Lwów 1921, p. 39. Such plans were agreed to in principle by the German government in March 1918 and in April gained support in the Prussian House of Lords but were strongly opposed by General von Beseler

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de date 22 September 2009 accessdate 2 October 2009 In 1852 he came to Łódź and with Julius Schwarz together started buying property and building several factories. Scheibler later bought out Schwarz's share and thus became sole owner of a large business. After he died in 1881 his widow and other members of the family decided to pay homage to his memory by erecting a chapel (Karol Scheibler's Chapel in Łódź), intended as a mausoleum with family crypt, in the Lutheran part

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Company." International Herald Tribune (Oct. 3, 2006). Some other important fashion weeks in the world are held in Australia (Australian Fashion Week), Jakarta (Jakarta Fashion Week), Berlin, Barcelona, Seoul, Tokyo, São Paulo, Los Angeles, Łódź, Hong Kong, Buenos Aires, Singapore, Toronto, Madrid (Cibeles Madrid Fashion Week).


'''Łódź''' ( south-west of Warsaw. The city's coat of arms is an example of canting (canting arms): depicting a boat, it alludes to the city's name which translates literally as "boat."

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