„Bread! Freedom! The steadfast during the communism in Poland” – an open-air exhibition in the Zamkowy square in Warsaw.

The exhibition consists of a set of photographies prepared by the Krakow Branch Office of the IPN presenting milestone events during the history of fight of Poles with communist regime. The opening ceremony took place on July 18th, 2006 in Zamkowy square in Warsaw, near the old town walls. The exhibition refers to the characteristic and symbolical events of the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s of the 20th Century that became famous deeds of fight of Polish people against the totalitarian regime in Poland, calling for the bread and freedom. Exhibition boards depict the heroic struggle and common effort of citizens of Poland – proving the significance of the solidarity, heroism and dedication. „Our aim was to speak by this exibition to all Polish and foreign visitors, so that the national memory would call out to us – the contemporary people” – said prof. Witold Kulesza, Deputy President of the IPN in his opening speech.
At the opening ceremony there were also present: Mr. Bogdan Borusewicz, Speaker of the Senate of Poland, Mr. David Peleg, Ambassador of Israel, prof. Jerzy Eisler, Director of the Warsaw Branch of the IPN, combatants and guests.
The exhibition will be presented until September 15th, 2006.

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