Katolicki Uniwersytet Powszechny (1940): placówka oświatowo-kulturalna i wydawnicza polskiej społeczności uchodźczej na Węgrzech okresu II wojny światowej
CATHOLIC COMMON UNIVERSITY (1940): CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL AND PUBLISHING INSTITUTION FOR REFUGEES IN HUNGARY DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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During the Second World War in Hungary there were four important cultural and artistic institutions popular among Polish refugees: Instytut Polski, Swietlica Polska, Klub Angielski and Katolicki Uniwersytet Powszechny [Catholic Common University]. The last institution provided several activities' like religious and patriotic ceremonies, lectures and readings organized in refugee camps. Wyzsze Studium Spoleczne addressed a lot of events to educated recipients. Additionally the university dealt with publishing activities which included publishing of many works and documents which were later sent to local departments. Later it focused on publishing 'Materialy Swietlicowe. Katolicki Uniwersytet Powszechny', eight issues this magazine were published and after that Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski [Catholic Common University] was closed down. It was probably connected with financial problems of this institution.
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