Conference "Aristocracy and gentry in the face of regaining independence"

Dr. Beata Nykiel from the Institute of European Heritage of the International Cultural Centre was a panellist of the Polish national scientific conference "Aristocracy and gentry towards regaining independence and building the foundations of the Second Polish Republic (until 1921)" organized by the Institute of National Remembrance.

The three-day conference is held at the Castle Museum in Łańcut. The organizers emphasize that it was an ideal location to consider the theme of the session, because in the interwar period, Łańcut was a place of numerous meetings, conventions and initiatives during which the authorities presented the Potocki residence as one of the showpieces of independent Poland.

The lecture by Dr. Beata Nykiel entitled: "Karol Jaroszyński (1877-1929) - the forgotten "Russian Vanderbilt, the hero of the British" banking intrigue "and the founder of the Catholic University of Lublin will be held on Thursday, September 16 at 10 and will be part of the panel "Not only with a bayonet" - landowners during the Great War and the first years of independence. The entire conference program is available on the website of the Institute of National Remembrance.

The organizers of the conference are the Institute of National Remembrance. Branch in Rzeszów, the Castle Museum in Łańcut and the Society of Friends of Sciences in Przemyśl. The conference was held under the patronage of the Polish Society of Landowners.
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