in those territories was much more likely to result in a sentence to a concentration camp. These works were reprinted on underground presses, and those intended for public display were plastered to walls or painted on them as graffiti. The state of Polish primary schools was somewhat better in the General Government, 38 though by the end of 1940, only 30 of prewar schools were operational, and only 28 of prewar Polish children attended them. 115 Polish underground artists included Eryk Lipiński, Stanisław Miedza-Tomaszewski, Stanisław Ostoja-Chrostowski, and Konstanty Maria Sopoćko. 38 Photo of earliest, 1829 portrait of Chopin, by Mieroszewski. 65 Polish teachers were not allowed in the schools, and many were arrested. Retrieved on b Raack 1995,. . (in Polish) Sławomir Sieradzki, Niemiecki koń trojański, Wprost (nr 38/03). This particular campaign resulted in the infamous Sonderaktion Krakau 31 and the massacre of Lwów professors. 100 Books were also sometimes printed. A b c d e f Salmonowicz 1994,. . 109 Theater was also active in the Jewish ghettos and in the camps for Polish war prisoners. 10 The development of Nazi propaganda in occupied Poland can be divided into two main phases. 38 In the General Government, the remaining schools were subjugated to the German educational system, and the number and competence of their Polish staff was steadily scaled down. 113 Top Polish musicians and directors ( Adam Didur, Zbigniew Drzewiecki, Jan Ekier, Barbara Kostrzewska, Zygmunt Latoszewski, Jerzy Lefeld, Witold Lutos?awski, Andrzej Panufnik, Piotr Perkowski, Edmund Rudnicki, Eugenia Umi?ska, Jerzy Waldorff, Kazimierz Wi?komirski, Maria Wi?komirska, Boles?aw Woytowicz, Mira Zimi?ska ). 54 Censorship at first targeted books that were considered to be "serious including scientific and educational texts and texts that were thought to promote Polish patriotism; only fiction that was free of anti-German overtones was permitted. Polish teachers were dismissed, and some were invited to attend "orientation" meetings with the new administration, where they were either summarily arrested or executed on the spot. 79 They compiled reports on looted and destroyed works and provided artists and scholars with means to continue their work and their publications and to support their families. 68 In line with Soviet anti-religious policy, churches and religious organizations were persecuted. 16 Restrictions on education, theater and music performances were eased. 53 55 All pre-war dating sites in switzerland martigues newspapers were closed, and the few that were published during the occupation were new creations under the total control of the Germans. 11 Several non-public indexes of prohibited books were created, and over 1,500 Polish writers were declared "dangerous to the German state and culture". 10 Further directives issued in the spring and early summer reflected policies that had been outlined by Frank and Goebbels during the previous autumn. Poland 's people and cultural heritage. Eugeniusz Lokajski took some 1,000 photographs before he died; 120 Sylwester Braun some 3,000, of which 1,500 survive; 121 Jerzy Tomaszewski some 1,000, of which 600 survived. 208 (in Polish) Czekajowski, Ryszard (2005 Tajna edukacja cywilna w latach wojenno-okupacyjnych Polski, Retrieved on Korboński,. 40 In the eastern territories not included in the General Government ( Bezirk Bialystok, Reichskommissariat Ostland and Reichskommissariat Ukraine ) many primary schools were closed, and most education was conducted in non-Polish languages such as Ukrainian, Belorussian, and Lithuanian. Within ten to twenty years, the Polish territories under German occupation were to be entirely cleared of ethnic Poles and settled by German colonists. Visual arts were practiced underground as well. 134 See also edit Olsak-Glass, Judith (January 1999 "Review of Piotrowski's Poland's Holocaust", Sarmatian Review, retrieved, The prisons, ghettos, internment, transit, labor and extermination camps, roundups, mass deportations, public executions, mobile killing units, death marches, deprivation, hunger, disease, and exposure. Retrieved on b Madajczyk 1970,. . 418 a b c d e f g h i (in Polish) Węglicka, Katarzyna (n.d.) Literatura okupacyjna na Kresach (Occupation literature in Kresy). Wstępny raport o stanie wiedzy (Losses of Libraries During World War II within the Polish Borders of 1945. 158160 Salmonowicz 1994,. . 215, 221 Salmonowicz 1994,. . Among musicians who performed for the Polish II Corps in a Polska Parada cabaret were Henryk Wars and Irena Anders.
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