The Polish Heritage Society UK Conference at the Polish Embassy - 16th June 2018
Thank you very much indeed for inviting After Brexit Support.
On 11 November 1918, Poland regained its statehood but did not possess developed institutions of a state. Moreover, the consolidation of the Polish state took place in the context of a tout azimuts conflict with its neighbours to ensure the survival of the state and to establish its frontiers.
For reborn Poland, building an army was a necessity but in military terms, this effort presented an enormous challenge: How does one build an army from scratch while at war?
This presentation will consider Polish efforts at 'military reconstruction' between 1914 and 1921 in two periods:
1) Efforts during the First World War to lay foundations and their outcome in 1918, and
2) Building an army under the exigencies of war 1919-1921.
After Brexit Support would like to send special thanks the Polish Embassy for their generous support in hosting The Polish Heritage Society UK Conferences.
We also send thanks to all people who devoted an incredible amount of time to make these Military History Conferences to stand up.
The outstanding devotion and the depth of work done by the Polish Heritage Society UK is extraordinary and their input into Polish History and Culture is huge. As their motto says The Polish Heritage Society are an English Charity with a Polish Heart, and what a huge heart it is!
The Polish Heritage Society UK conferences have covered many key moments in European History illuminating the input of the Poles.
On the left hand side you can see Chris Januszewski, The Polish Heritage Society Committee Member pictured with the After Brexit Support Managing Director Tomasz Wisniewski.