Souvenir of the History of Unbroken Poland – a trip to the Museum of the Blue Army “Hallerówka” Władysławowo 2008
THE MEMORIAL OF THE INDIVIDUAL POLAND – FAMILY TRIP TO THE BLUE ARMY MUSEUM
From our family trip in 2008, we would like to share some of our amateur photos (sorry for such poor quality!) From our 2008 visit to the Museum of the Blue Army “Hallerówka” devoted to the history of the Blue Army founded in France in 1917 (including approx. 20,000 Young Americans and Canadians of Polish descent), who, under the command of General Józef Haller, fought for independence in Poland after World War I, after over 123 years of losing independence from the first partition of Poland in 1772.
Here is an entry about the Blue Army on Wikipedia:
To the memory of all Hallerans from Poland, Europe and the USA!
We invite you to learn about the history of this extraordinary army and to visit the museum in Władysławowo.
Please find attached photos of the General Józef Haller Monument in Władysławowo.
Tad – Tadeusz Wysocki with family
+ A cordial souvenir from Władysławowo 2008:
One of the oldest houses in Władysławowo, villa “Solmare” built before World War II, view from 2008, and for comparison, view from around 1950.