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Wszystko co najlepsze w jednym zdjęciu. #Piłsudski #Dmowski #LegiaWarszawa #MAGA

Dziś 151. urodziny pana Romana. Tutaj podczas rozmowy w 1932 roku w dworku w Chludowie. Fotografia ze strony http://romandmowski.pl

#dmowski #historia #ruchnarodowy #nacjonalizm

anielski Roman Dmowski, architekt polskiej niepodległości xD #meitu #endecja #dmowski #marszniepodleglosci

Roman Dmowski fotografia Kongresu USA #zakopane #colorize #dmowski #endecja

Narodowa Demokracja #Endecja #Pozytywizm #Dmowski

78 lat temu 2 stycznia 1939 r. w Drozdowie pod Łomżą zmarł Roman Dmowski - Wielki Polak, Mąż Stanu, Autorytet jakich dziś już nie ma... #Dmowski #Polska #patriotyzm #Pamiętamy


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Uroczystości z okazji 153. rocznicy urodzin Romana Dmowskiego odbyły się 5 sierpnia w #Chludowo. Dom Misyjny w Chludowie od samego początku związamy jest z postacią Dmowskiego. Więcej informacji na www.werbisci.pl
#werbiści #svd #uroczystość #rocznica #Dmowski

9 sierpnia 1864 roku w Kamionku (obecnie część Warszawy) urodził się Roman Dmowski, polityk i współtwórca Niepodległej Polski.

Fotografia w zbiorach MWP, autor nieznany, lata 20-te.

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9 sierpnia 1864 - urodził się Roman Dmowski, polski polityk, publicysta polityczny, Minister Spraw Zagranicznych. Polski działacz niepodległościowy, postulujący w pierwszym etapie zjednoczenia wszystkich ziem polskich i uzyskanie autonomii w ramach Imperium Rosyjskiego. Główny ideolog polskiego nacjonalizmu. #Roman #Dmowski #nacjonalizm #Polska #Poland #CWP

(Cont.) A curious situation arose in 1918, in that Poland had two popular & legitimate leaders: Piłsudski & Dmowski. Both held a particular tangible power: Piłsudski had an army of loyal troops on the ground in Warsaw; whereas Dmowski held the trust & endorsement of the Western Allies. In the end, Dmowski never wielded official political power, except for a brief stint as Foreign Minister in 1923. Even so, he was one of the most influential Polish ideologues & politicians of his time, and was indeed very much a product of his time: unlike the more old-school Piłsudski, Dmowski held a very modern, pragmatic, scientific view of nationhood that included a distrust of middle-class Germans and Jews as well as an admiration for Italian fascism. Yet Dmowski was no megalomaniac like some of his contemporaries: he advocated against policies of empire & war and stressed the importance of realistic, prudent statesmanship. As historian Mieczysław Liskupski put it, “If Piłsudski's vision of Poland was based on the historical multiethnic state that had existed under the Jagiellonian dynasty... Dmowski’s vision was the earlier Polish kingdom ruled by the Piast dynasty, ethnically & religiously homogeneous.” Ironically, his vision was the one that came to be – but only after his death, and only after a horrific nightmare of destruction, bloodshed & betrayal.
Dmowski's story is interesting because, impressive though his achievements – one conservative writer called him the ‘George Washington of Poland’ – he was outmanoeuvred & relegated to the political sidelines by Piłsudski. Yet his role in the creation of the Second Republic was crucial, and many argue that had Poland aligned with his policies rather than those of the Marszałek & his successors, the disastrous outcome of 1939 & beyond would have been avoided. He remains a controversial figure, derided by some for his anti-Semitism, but upheld as the father of modern Polish nationalism by others. In 1999 he was honoured by the Sejm “for founding the Polish school of political realism & responsibility”, and for his ceaseless commitment to building a new, grounded Poland that would never again disappear – and it never has.

Roman Dmowski (1864–1939) was a Polish statesman & co-founder of the right-wing National Democracy party. Famously, he was the arch rival of Jozef Piłsudski, for while the two are both considered great patriots & leaders, their worldviews differed radically. Dmowski opposed revolutionary means of fighting, preferring political struggle, and aimed to restore Polish independence through increased autonomy. In 1904 he even met with a Japanese colonel, Akashi Motojiro, to negotiate a potential defection by Polish soldiers in Manchuria to the Japanese Army against Russia. Over time, Dmowski formed the idea that Poland & Russia should be united through their common Slavic heritage against Germany. He viewed Russia as culturally backwards and for this reason, less of a threat – whereas ‘Russification’ of Poland was unlikely to succeed in his view, Prussia’s intense Germanisation policies could. This view was the opposite to Piłsudski’s, who regarded Russia as the greater menace.
During WW1, while Piłsudski was raising his legions, Dmowski pushed for Poland by diplomatic means, utilising his combination of passion, intelligence & political astuteness to great success. His ‘National Committee’ was recognised by the French, and then the British & Americans, as Poland’s govt-in-waiting – but numerous individuals, including US President Woodrow Wilson, disliked him personally. “He was a clever man,” wrote one British diplomat, “and clever men are distrusted. He was logical in his political theories & we hate logic; and he was persistent with a tenacity which was calculated to drive everybody mad.” Dmowski also subscribed to an anti-Semitic Catholicism which some Western leaders found offensive, and which incited influential Jews to lobby against him. Nevertheless, he was extremely persuasive in the negotiations at Versailles, and although he was ultimately underwhelmed by the territory granted to Poland – and annoyed by the Minority Rights Treaty imposed upon it, which he saw as undermining the new state’s social & cultural cohesion – Dmowski achieved his goal of orchestrating international support for the return of a substantially sized Poland to the European map. (TBC)

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