Polish National Committee

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  • In November he became one of the active members of the Polish National Committee.
  • He also became a member of the Polish National Committee.
  • He was also a member of the Polish National Committee.
  • Political surveillance over the army was initially a domain of Polish National Committee.
  • In August of the following year the Polish National Committee was established and continued its action until 1919.
  • Polish National Committee was one of the first Polish organizations of the Great Emigration in France.
  • The Russians recognized the Polish right to autonomy and allowed formation of the Polish National Committee, which supported the Russian side.
  • In August 1917, in Paris, he created a new Polish National Committee aimed at rebuilding a Polish state.
  • In September 1917, the Polish National Committee was recognized by the French as the legitimate government of Poland.
  • However, it soon became clear that no plan would satisfy both Jewish leaders and Roman Dmowski, head of the Polish National Committee, who was strongly anti-semitic.
  • Poles on their side, have begun to create armed units on 22 March based on decision of Polish National Committee, which in the meantime changed its name to Polish Central Committee.
  • In January 1915 Polish National Committee threw its support behind the initiative, and colonel Antoni Reutt was nominated for the organization's commander.
  • However, on 23 February 1918 political and military sovereignty was granted to the Polish National Committee and soon thereafter the army was directly commanded by independent Polish authorities.
  • During World War I, Paderewski became an active member of the Polish National Committee in Paris, which was soon accepted by the Entente as the representative of the forces trying to create the state of Poland.
  • About that time he also became interested in freemasonry and became one of the collaborators of the Polish National Committee, the institution that was to become the Polish representative to the Triple Entente.
  • A few days after they were condemned, the Polish National Committee sent a message to Italy declaring that representatives from all classes of the Polish people had met at Warsaw and proclaimed the union of all Poland. Cited from Winning a Cause, by John Gilbert Thompson and Inez Bigwood
  • It was created in late 1914 from volunteers gathered together due to several initiatives, most notably of which was that of the pro-Russian Polish National Committee, supported by Polish National Democrats.
  • Subsequently, by the way of Murmansk, he arrived in France in July 1918, where on behalf of the Polish National Committee he created what was known as the Blue Army (from the color of its French uniforms, also known as Haller's Army).
  • Fronczak, a former health commissioner of Buffalo, New York and a member of Roman Dmowski's Polish National Committee, where he directed the organization's Department of Public Welfare, had arrived in Europe in May 1918, with permission of the State Department.
  • On July 28, 1894, The Weekly Messenger, in St. Martinville, Louisiana, reported on an article in the Chicago Inter Ocean that announced their new Polish national committee and invited dissatisfied Poles from all over the United States to join their revolutionary church movement.