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Maria Kuncewiczowa

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Maria Kuncewiczowa

Photograph of the Polish writer, novelist, and member of the Polish Centre Maria Kuncewiczowa, taken in 1979. In 1939 Kuncewiczowa helped establish and became the president of the Polish Centre in Exile, which was based in London as a provisional method of maintaining contact with Polish writers during wartime.

Maria Kuncewiczowa

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Maria Kuncewiczowa

Fotografía del escritora, novelista y miembro del Centro Polaco Maria Kuncewiczowa, en 1979. En 1939, Kuncewiczowa ayudó a fundar el Centro Polaco en el Exilio en Londres, para mantener el contacto entre escritores polacos durante la guerra, y se convirtió en su presidenta.

Date:

01/01/1979

Creator:

Polish Centre

Centre:

Polish Centre  (Polskiego PEN Clubu)

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