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Monday, November 11, 2019

On November 11, 1918, after 124 years of partition and oppression by the three contiguous empires, Austria, Germany (Prussia), and Russia, Poland regained her independence. The victorious allies-England, France, and the United States-celebrated November 11 as the Armistice Day, the day on which a long and bloody war finally ended.  For Poland, November 11 meant the end of a much longer struggle to regain her independence-Konfederacja Barska of 1768-1761, the Napoleonic Wars and the D¹browski Legions, the November Uprising of 1831-1832, and the January uprising of 1863-1864.       

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