The Last Chance to Join Us for a Fascinating Lecture and a Dinner Reception at the Museum of American Revolution!
In honor of the 100th Anniversary of Poland regaining its independence, the Kosciuszko Foundation, Philadelphia Chapter will be hosting a public lecture at the Museum of the American Revolution. Lynne Olson, the New York Times bestselling author, will be presenting a talk How Poland Helped Win WWII based on her most recent book Last Hope Island. The book emphasizes the invaluable contributions of Polish Pilots in the Battle of Britain.
Her first book on the subject (written with her husband Stanley Cloud),
A Question of Honor: The Kosciuszko Squadron: Forgotten Heroes of World War II was published in both Polish and English. Lynne Olson published seven books of history, most of which focus on World War II. Before becoming a full-time writer, Olson worked as a journalist for ten years at the Associated Press and the Baltimore Sun.
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The lecture will take place at the Lenfest Myer Theater at 5:30PM and will be followed by the Dinner Reception and book signing at the Beautiful Liberty Hall.
Advance registration through EventBrite is required for both, the free lecture and for purchasing admission to the dinner reception.
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