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IN THIS MONTH'S WEB EDITION:

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SUPPLY AND DEMAND. Poland’s Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski says Poland can withstand Russian energy threats should Russia enact sanctions.

RUSSIA BEHIND CYBER ATTACK? The Financial Times claims that the computer systems of Ukranian embassies and government have been penetrated by the “Snake” malware, also known as Ouroboros, the tail-swallowing serpent of Greek mythology.

STILL WAITING. Poland has renewed its demand of Russia to hand over the black boxes and wreckage from the April 2010 airline crash near the Russian city of Smolensk.

ARMING UP. Poland is accelerating the modernization of its combat helicopter fleet, as the outbreak of civil war in Ukraine continues.

PAJ EDITOR, PIJANOWSKIS, HONORED AT BISONS NIGHT. Polish American Journal Editor Mark Kohan, and columnist Jen Pijanowski and her husband Rick were honored by the Buffalo Bisons at the team’s annual Polish Night, held at Pepsi-Cola Field, August 12.

FEATURE

Poland on Frontline of Putin’s Trade War
Embargo Could Cost $300 Million
by Robert Strybel

Heritage Month 101
October is Polish Heritage Month, and Now is the Time to Make Plans

EDITORIAL

Remembering the Day the Nazi Terror Began in Poland

“Golgota Picnic” Sparks Controversy

BOOK REVIEWS

Napoleon’s Polish Lancers of the Imperial Guard
by Ronald Pawly

The Eagle Unbowed: Poland and the Poles in the Second World War
b
y Halik Kochanski

IN THIS MONTH’S PRINT EDITION

  • Israel Honors Ten More Poles Posthumously
  • One Tragic September: An Eyewitness Account of the Nazi Invasion of Poland
  • Historian Prof. Norman Davies Begins Research on Anders’ Army
  • 1944 Warsaw Rising Remembered
  • “Fighting Poland” Symbol Now Protected
  • U.S. Senate Resolution Marks Warsaw RisingAnniversary
  • Europe is “Indebted to Rising Insurgents”
  • Ambassador Recalls Insurgent Valor
  • PACSS Scholarship Winners
  • Parish Closings Upheld by Vatican
  • Wycinanki Mural Added To Chicago Viaduct
  • ACPC Comes to Western New York
  • PACT Ready for Next Big Step: Building a Polish Community Center
  • Poland and World War I: The Fight Begins in the East
  • Stepping Back in Time — the Famed Blikle
  • Hearty Polish Autumn Food Fest
  • Polish Pedal Power
  • Polish Church Records in the United States
  • Your Polish Surname and Family Coat of Arms?
  • Our New Polish Language Feature
  • Fulton Polish Fest Makes Preparations
  • They’re Coming to America
  • POLONIA PLACES: St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church, Warsaw, North Dakota
  • Alliance College Alumni Announce Biannual Reunion
  • Warsaw Eyes Patriot System
  • Erie Polka King Tony Jankowski Passes
  • Mike Matousek joins the “Polka Dreams” All-Star Band
  • Chicago’s Polonia Ballroom and Grove, 50 Years Later
  • Accordion Presentation Highlights Polish American Polkas
  • Promotion and Publicity: Getting it Right
  • Help for Vision Habitat
  • CCSU To Show “Man of Hope”
  • Szymczak Honored with Gold Cross of Merit
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