The Polish Section of S.O.E. and Poland’s “Silent and Unseen” 1940-1945, “Cichociemni”

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  1. davidbfpo

    davidbfpo Well-Known Member

    The full title of a 2016 conference was: The Polish Section of S.O.E. and Poland’s “Silent and Unseen” 1940-1945, “Cichociemni” -The Airborne Soldiers of the Polish Home Army A.K. It was organised by The Polish Heritage Society (UK), whose website is: IPMH Inaugural lectures

    There are six chapters and the link to the conference report (112 pgs): https://vriendenairbornemuseum.nl/public/docs/PHS_Conference_Proceedings_Cichociemni-SOE-2.pdf

    Chapters are on: the Home Army, Polish Section of SOE (two), three Polish parachutists, a woman's story, and Operation Freston. The later appears in two threads here: Millitary geneology/SOE and Briton missing behind the Iron Curtain?

    Added as I cannot see any previous mention, enjoy.
     
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  3. davidbfpo

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    davidbfpo Well-Known Member

    Via twitter spotted an event on the Cichociemni on 29th April 2021, online, between English Heritage and Ognisko Polski, a London based institute. The advert starts with:
    Registration via: Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Cichociemni - The Polish ‘Silent Unseen’ Commandos. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting.
     

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