A meeting in the editor’s office of the “Tygodnik Powszechny”, September 7, 1989

“A visit in the “Tygodnik Powszechny” (Weekly Popular) is a reinforcing moment of my life. It is here that I have the possibility to have an ‘inside look’ into the redoubt of open Catholicism and Polish tolerance” – it is with these words that the legendary Warsaw Courier signed himself in the visitors’ book of “Tygodnik Powszechny”, on September 7, 1989.


Includes material from the Mistrzejowice Independent Television: ks. Kazimierz Jancarz,  Piotr Augustynek, Andrzej Jaskowski
Jan Nowak-Jeziorański (1913-2005), or actually Zdzisław Jeziorański, pseudonym Janek, Jan Zych, journalist, writer and a political activist. During the September campaign of 1939 was captured and imprisoned, but fled soon thereafter. Since 1941 worked in the Bureau of Information and Propaganda of the Chief Command of ZWZ (Armed Struggle Alliance), and participated in operation N. In the years 1943 – 1945 he was the courier and an emissary of the Chief Commander of the Home Army to the Polish government in London. Before the eruption of the Warsaw Rising he broke through to Warsaw. After the war he settled in London and got involved with the Independence and Democracy formation. In the years 1948 – 1952 he worked in the Polish Section of the BBC Radio in London. Since 1949 he cooperated with the Radio Free Europe. In the years 1952 – 1976 he took the office of the director of the Polish Section of Radio Free Europe. In 1976 he moved to Washington. Until 1996 he was active in the Polish American Congress. He was the advisor for Eastern Europe division of the American Department of State. He visited Poland for the first time after the war in 1989. In 2002 he’s returned to Poland for good.
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