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Zofia Korbońska 1915-2010

 

Sekcja Polska Głosu Ameryki – Fotografie Zofia Korbońska 1915-2010  

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Reagan and Korbonski on Yalta and Poland

Stefan Korboński presenting the Home Army Cross to President Ronald Reagan at the White House in 1984 during celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw Rising.

As Poland prepares for next year’s 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Rising, I wanted to share ‘s 1984 letter to The New York Times, in which the last chief of the Polish wartime underground State repeated President Ronald Reagan’s earlier statement that the United States rejects any interpretation of the Yalta agreement that suggests American consent for the division of Europe ... Read More »

LIPIEN: Remembering a Polish-American patriot

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Three years ago, on September  1, 2010, The Washington Times published my article about Zofia Korbońska, an anti-Nazi and anti-Communist resister and a Voice of America Polish Service journalist who had passed away on August 16, 2010. LIPIEN: Remembering a Polish-American patriot Zofia Korbońska was underground resister, VOA journalist To those who knew her personally, Zofia Korbońska was a loyal and generous ... Read More »

Voice of America History

  Voice of America is celebrating its 70th anniversary amid devastating programming cuts being imposed by the Broadcadting Board of Governors. One of the programs scheduled for elimination are VOA radio broadcadts to Tibet. The BBG also wants to close down the VOA Cantonese Service. The VOA HISTORY was written in the early 2000s by the VOA external affairs office. ... Read More »

CUSIB’s Ted Lipien warns against diminished public stake in U.S. international broadcasting

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This report was published first by CUSIB. In an article published in American Diplomacy, a quarterly electronic journal of commentary, analysis, and research on American foreign policy and its practice, the Committee for U.S. International Broadcasting (CUSIB) director Ted Lipien warns against diminished public stake in U.S. international broadcasting. Lipien, a former acting associate director of the Voice of America, ... Read More »

“Hunger for God and Love” – Interview with Cardinal Karol Wojtyła

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The radio interview, recorded and first broadcast by the Voice of America (VOA) in 1976, was rebroadcast by VOA’s Polish Service on October 16, 1978, after the news of Cardinal Karol Wojtyła’s election as the new pope had been announced at the Vatican. Today is the 32 anniversary of the election of Karol Wojtyła as Pope John Paul II. Short ... Read More »

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