The original 'Prawda Wilenska' (Vilnius Truth) was published in July 1940 by the Vilnius Country Committee of the Lithuanian Communist Party as a propaganda mouthpiece for Soviet authorities during the campaign period preceding elections to the People's Parliament of Lithuania.
The article discusses the origins and history of the Lódz press until 1989. The authoress focuses on the history of the oldest newspaper 'Dziennik Lódzki' (Lódz Daily), which continues to be published to this day and ranks among the most popular dailies in the Lódz region.
The article discusses the problem of the so-called Jewish question in Poland as addressed by the Cracow priest, journalist and scholar, Jan Piwowarczyk. He regarded it as one of the major challenges faced by the Second Polish Republic. He was not the supporter of the Jewish presence in Poland.
The authoress presents an overview of publications on the Katyn Massacre in the London-based journals 'Dziennik Polski' (The Polish Daily) and 'Dziennik Polski i Dziennik Żołnierza' (The Polish Daily and Soldiers Daily) in the years 1943-1953. These publications were also reprinted in the press of the free world. She discusses the circumstances of the discovery of the graves of Polish officers in...
The bibliography covers more important publications on the press and the media in general published in Poland either in 2003 or for the year 2003. In particular, historical and bibliographic issues have been presented in great detail. Both complete publications and press articles have been included.
The article is dedicated to 'Dziennik Poranny' (Morning Daily), a daily published in Kraków from 3 December 1895 to 22 July 1987. A total of 448 issues were published over that period. On 1 February 1896, Wilhelm Feldman took over as the editor-in-chief, changing the paper's name to 'Dziennik Krakowski' (Kraków Daily). The paper targeted the city's progressive and radical democratic intelligentsia...
The article discuses maritime periodicals and one-off publications published in Poland in the period between the two world wars by sports organisations, the Maritime and Colonial League, the Polish Scouting Association and the Academic Marine Association.
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