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Reich-Ranicki, Marcel
The Jewish, Polish-German publicist and the most influential German literary critic of his age.
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The German-Polish Textbook Commission
The aim was to avoid controversial topics and the dissemination of prejudices and propaganda about Poland and Germany. The contents of history and geography textbooks in the past often reflected the state of relations between the two countries. In 1972, under the auspices of UNESCO, the German-Polish Textbook Commission, consisting of historians, geographers and educationalists from both countries, was established in order to replace distorted ideas with historical truth. In 2008 the Commission began work on the "Joint German-Polish History Book". The first volume of the textbook was published in 2016.
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Kempa, Bernhard
German handball player and coach, twice world champion and eleven times German champion.
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Dzierzbicki, Antoni
Antoni Dzierzbicki (1887-1959), Polish painter, member of the “Munich School”. From 1909: student at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts.
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Dylczyński, Cyprian
Cyprian Dylczyński (1835-1913), Polish painter, member of the “Munich School”. From 1860: student at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts.
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Dworzaczek, Zygmunt
Zygmunt Dworzaczek (1867-1925), Polish painter, member of the “Munich School”. 1895-1901: student at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and the private painting school of Simeon Hollósy.
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Dutkiewicz, Jan Józef
Jan Józef Dutkiewicz (1818-1902), Polish painter, member of the “Munich School”, student at the Art Academies in Berlin and Munich.
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Drapiewski, Władysław und Leon
Władysław Drapiewski (1876-1961), Polish church painter. From 1899: trained at the School of Religious Painting in Kevelaer and at the Berlin Art Academy.
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