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2018 | 27 | 4 | 113-129
Article title

Rola czasopisma „Junak” (1943–1947) w kształtowaniu postaw młodzieży szkół junackich na Bliskim Wschodzie

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“Junak” (1943–1947) – the paper and its part in education of pupils from the Polish schools for “Young Soldiers” and “Young Women Auxiliary Service” on the Middle East
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PL
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During the Second World War more than 120,000 Polish war exiles came through the countries of the Middle East. More of them were soldiers and civilians evacuated from USSR in 1942. There were more than 20,000 young people under 18 among them. Polish authorities organized various schools and educational centers. The so-called “Young Soldiers” and “Young Women Auxiliary Service” schools were established in 1942 in Palestine and Egypt for children and youth under care of the Polish Military Forces. There were elementary, secondary and trade schools among them. From March 1943 to May 1947 the headquarters of the schools and Polish YMCA published a paper “Junak”. The author analyses texts published in “Junak” and main ideas and values dedicated to pupils. Links with pre-war “state education” as well as with political thinking characteristic for General Anders’ Army circles are examined.
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27
Issue
4
Pages
113-129
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Publication order reference
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1231-1634
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