Sieradz Niepokorni, Niezłomni, Wykleci Film Festival Retrospective was the presenter. The event, which was introduced martial law in Poland niraivataintataiyotti 40 years. கொரோனா வைரஸ் தொற்றுநோய் காரணமாக திருவிழாவின் ஒரு பகுதி ஆன்லைனில் நடைபெற்றது. However, NNW festival director Arkadiusz Gołębiewski, Sieradz of film screening and discussion with the participation of the head of Paweł Osiewawa we were able to organize the group. Poland Sieradz district MP Joanna Lichocka, on-line and participated in the debate.
The seal of independence and the door were presented by Sieradz
“Martial law has not yet been fully studied and described,” he said Jonah Lichoka. – In the fear of settling accounts in the context of treason and crime combined with heroism and honor, some of its features were destroyed. The exact number of victims of martial law is unknown.
– Martial law is usually viewed through the prism of events in Warsaw or other large cities, yet small cities have its heroes, for example Sierra Leone – the mayor noted. Paweł Osiewała. – Here were the quiet heroes. We have examples from Sierra Leone, for example, when these heroes later refused to accept decorations from state officials, in their opinion, were not honest. There is one more feature: in small towns, people lived together with persecuted people, executioners and torturers. They meet on the street. Not much is said about it.
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