Camp Kosciuszko Lecture Series

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Held on the Third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm. $10 or free for Niagara Historical Society Members. This year’s series focuses on the unique story of Camp Kosciuszko, the Polish training camp in NOTL during the First World War. Generously sponsored by Geoffrey & Lorraine Joyner and the NOTL B&B Association.

March 16 | Piotr Wrobel - A Long Way to Freedom: Poland Before 1918 
April 19 | Paul Valasek - Haller's Army at 100: End of WWI, Beginning of Polish-Soviet War May 17 | Richard Merritt – Camp Kosciuszko: Why Colonel Butler would be spinning in his grave
June 21 | Stan Skrzeszewski – Everyday Life at Camp Kosciuszko with Elizabeth Ascher July 19 | Sarah Kaufman – The Spanish Flu and Niagara Camp, 1919
August 16 | Roman Baraneicki – “Not Only Soldiers: Women's Organizations in Camp Kosciuszko, Niagara-on-the-Lake 1917-1919”
September 20| Anthony Adamsky – Falcons of Freedom

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