The penultimate stop of the mobile showroom in Namysłów
The mobile showroom of the “Cyphers Game” is nearing its final stop in Głogów. The penultimate 19th stop took place in Namysłów on 27 October 2022. The exhibition was open in the Market Square from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The first arrivals were pupils from Primary School No. 4 in Namysłów, welcomed by an Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) delegation headed by Adam Hlebowicz, Director of the National Education Office, and Adrianna Paradowska, Deputy Director of the New Technology Division, as well as Bartłomiej Stawiarski, Mayor of Namysłów, and Włodzimierz Putowski, Director of the School and Kindergarten Complex in Jastrzębie. The “Cyphers Game” was presented to a large number of young people, including those from the Bolesław Prus Primary School No. 3 in Namysłów, Szare Szeregi Primary School No. 1 in Namysłów, John Paul II Primary School No. 5 in Namysłów, Maria Skłodowska-Curie Primary School No. 2 with Bilingual Branches in Namysłów and Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz Secondary School No. 1 in Namysłów.
A fascinating introduction to the subject of the Polish-Soviet War was given by Daniel Koreś, PhD, from the Branch Historical Research Office in Wrocław. On the other hand, at 1 p.m., we hosted representatives of local authorities in our mobile showroom, including Tomasz Wicik, Deputy Mayor of the Namysłów District, Krzysztof Mucha – 1st Deputy Mayor of Namysłów, Ewelina Moniuszko-Czuczwara – 2nd Deputy Mayor of Namysłów, as well as representatives of the school superintendency and management of Namysłow schools.
We do not want to blow our own trumpet, but as Radio Opole reported: “The young people who took part in the event agreed that it was an exciting way to deepen their knowledge.
–We came here to learn more about history. When Poland was defending itself during the 1920 war, civilians also fought to weaken the Bolsheviks. The students say they found radio codes that the Bolsheviks gave to the army and used this against them.”