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Duchy of Warsaw

, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2001, p.116, ISBN 3525351658 The Kingdom of Prussia had annexed the later territory of the Province of Posen during the 18th century Partitions of Poland. For more than a century, it would be part of the Prussian partition, with a brief exception during the Napoleonic Wars. At that time, in 1807, it became a part of the short-lived Duchy of Warsaw, but was restored to Prussia in 1815 as the Grand Duchy of Posen. The '''Free, Independent


Madison, Wisconsin

steam locomotive of the Soo Line Railroad provides cab rides between the yard and Monona Terrace in downtown Madison. (WSOR) '''''The Wisconsinite''''' was a free, independent newspaper published from February 2004 to July 2004. Printed and distributed in Madison (Madison, Wisconsin), the later issues of ''The Wisconsinite'' were distributed in Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). Some made it to the Fox Valley and La Crosse


Lviv

. Life Maurycy Mochnacki was born in a part of Poland annexed by Russian, where people were tired with everyday brutality, censorship, arrests and imprisonments. They dreamed of a free independent country and cultivated their own tradition, customs and the inner spiritual life. Mochnacki came from a patriotic and political active family. Mochnacki`s father - lawyer, land-owner and participant of the Kościuszko Insurrecton (Kościuszko Uprising) in 1794, wanted to give his children the best education. At the beginning, Maurycy learned classical and contemporary literature, history and foreign languages at home. In 1815, the family moved to Lviv, where he took music classes and also played the piano and the violin. In 1819, the family settled down in the town of Czersk near Warsaw. First, Maurycy studied in a prestigious high school in Warsaw then, he started law studies at Warsaw University, but was expelled very soon for striking a policeman who requested him to extinguish his pipe. In a further blow to the family`s reputation, he was sentenced to 14 days hard labour, working with criminal offenders in the Belvedere Park. At the end of 1823, he was arrested and imprisoned in the Carmelite Convent for belonging to a secret organization called ‘the Union of Free Polish Brothers’. To get the freedom, he had to write a memorial in which he accused the education system in the Congress Kingdom of early political education for young people and disastrous liberalism. Shortly after his release, he was forced to work at censorship office but lost the job after six months. Those episodes would have a profound influence on his future life. '''Kolomyia''' or '''Kolomyya''', formerly known as '''Kolomea''' ( Commons:Category:Lviv Wikipedia:Lviv Dmoz:Regional Europe Ukraine Provinces Lviv Oblast Lviv


Kingdom of Prussia

, Prussia (Kingdom of Prussia) and Russia (Russian Empire) The '''Free, Independent, and Strictly Neutral City of Kraków The Polish variant of Kraków is occasionally retroactively applied in English to the historical Free City. (Cracow) with its Territory''' ( ), more commonly known as either the '''Free City of Kraków''' or '''Republic of Kraków''' (


Austrian Empire


Warsaw

-Saëns in Nice. In 1911 Horszowski put his performing career on hold in order to devote himself to literature, philosophy and art history in Paris. Life Maurycy Mochnacki was born in a part of Poland annexed by Russian, where people were tired with everyday brutality, censorship, arrests and imprisonments. They dreamed of a free independent country and cultivated their own tradition, customs and the inner spiritual life. Mochnacki came from a patriotic and political active family. Mochnacki`s father - lawyer, land-owner and participant of the Kościuszko Insurrecton (Kościuszko Uprising) in 1794, wanted to give his children the best education. At the beginning, Maurycy learned classical and contemporary literature, history and foreign languages at home. In 1815, the family moved to Lviv, where he took music classes and also played the piano and the violin. In 1819, the family settled down in the town of Czersk near Warsaw. First, Maurycy studied in a prestigious high school in Warsaw then, he started law studies at Warsaw University, but was expelled very soon for striking a policeman who requested him to extinguish his pipe. In a further blow to the family`s reputation, he was sentenced to 14 days hard labour, working with criminal offenders in the Belvedere Park. At the end of 1823, he was arrested and imprisoned in the Carmelite Convent for belonging to a secret organization called ‘the Union of Free Polish Brothers’. To get the freedom, he had to write a memorial in which he accused the education system in the Congress Kingdom of early political education for young people and disastrous liberalism. Shortly after his release, he was forced to work at censorship office but lost the job after six months. Those episodes would have a profound influence on his future life. The company was formed in 1945 in Kraków, but a short time after moved its headquarters to Zabrze, then to Warsaw. It is now part of one of the largest industrial conglomerate (conglomerate (company))s in Poland. '''Psie Pole''' ( WikiPedia:Warsaw Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Mazovia Warszawa Commons:Category:Warsaw


Russian Empire

the territory of modern-day Ukraine, used "Little Russia" in titles of their paintings of Ukrainian landscapes. The '''Free, Independent, and Strictly Neutral City of Kraków The Polish variant of Kraków is occasionally retroactively applied in English to the historical Free City. (Cracow) with its Territory''' ( ), more commonly known as either the '''Free City of Kraków


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