In November 1939, Albert Goldgruber was transferred from his post in Austria to Radzyń Podlaski, where he became the commander of the military police in the rank of captain for the counties of Biała Podlaska, Puławy and Radzyń Podlaski. In his article, Damian Sitkiewicz discusses his criminal activities within the framework of the German terror apparatus.
The carrier Henoch Gotesdyner lived in pre-war Radzyń Podlaski. In 1936, the provincial office forced him to suspend his business. Alicja Gontarek discusses his case against the background of the policy of issuing concessions for commercial transport in the Lubelskie Voivodeship. It deals with the topic of corruption and company consolidation actions and asks if they were also anti-Semitic?
We invite you to read the article: From the history of Jewish entrepreneurship in Radzyń Podlaski in the interwar period – the case of the car carrier Henoch Gotesdyner (against the background of the situation of commercial car transport in the Lublin voivodeship)
This is another list of the landed gentry in Radzyń, this time from the end of the 19th century. We invite you to read the material of Piotr A. Czyż: List of landed gentry in Radzyń County from 1882-1897 on the basis of government publications Pamjatnyje Kniżki Siedleckoj Guberni
It is a story about social and party acts. Małgorzata Nikoniuk reminds about this, so characteristic of the peak of the Polish People’s Republic, now obsolete phenomenon, based on the example of the Biała Podlaska Province. The acts were an undertaking promoted by the communists, constituting a free form of voluntary social activity, performed outside the scope of professional duties, and thus used for propaganda purposes as a manifestation of social obedience to the authorities.
Ziemowit Bylicki’s article deals with the activity of the communist Office for Religious Affairs towards the Mariavite Church. The author defines the scope of contacts between the Office of Foreigners and the Mariavite Church, on the basis of which he draws the image of the Mariavites emerging from the documentation produced by the Office, kept in the State Archives in Siedlce.
The first scientific attempt to outline the history of the court in Mościbrody. Halina Jarząb begins it with the date of the construction of a brick manor house and ends in 1944. We invite you to read.
In our corner of diversity, a reflection by Raland Yelianevich on the Belarusian investigation from a decade ago into the terrorist attack in the Minsk metro. We invite you to read the article: The attack on the Minsk metro on April 11, 2011, i.e. the death penalty in six months. One case.
In the nineteenth century, the Russian authorities carried out a campaign to develop and legalize new city coats of arms. Artur Górak, in his article Russian projects coats of arms for the cities of the Radzyń district in the second half of the 19th century, analyzes this heraldic undertaking of the Russian Empire, aimed at denationalization and colonization of Poles, using the example of the designs of coats of arms for the cities of Radzyń County, i.e. Radzyń and Międzyrzec. We invite you to read.
In December 1948, a member of the communist party, engineer Franciszek Ciecióra applied for a change of the Polish national anthem for the unification of the Polish Workers’ Party and the Polish Socialist Party. We invite you to read the edition of this document, 4 years older than the previously known attempt to change the Polish national anthem undertaken by Bolesław Bierut. Dariusz Magier considers how its creation was influenced by the atmosphere caused by the rulers’ propaganda, and to what extent was the personal character traits and life situation of the author of the application.
We invite you to read the memories of the late resident of Dawid, a soldier of the Home Army and WiN in the Region of the II Radzyń District, Stefan Kozak entitled “Dawidy on the battle trail”. They shed a lot of light on the hitherto unknown facts about the activities of the independence underground fighting against the German and Soviet occupiers in the Radzyń poviat. The editor of the memoirs is Father Stanisław Dzyr.