Chairman of the Board of GE Company Polska, Marian Lubieniecki, Mohamed Ali, Vice President of GE Aviation Services Engineering and representative of the Pilsudski Institute. 

On January 23rd, at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, General Electric Company Polska was awarded a prestigious Corporate Catalyst Award granted by Józef Piłsudski Institute of America. The Institute applauded GECP as a forerunner of innovation for operating the Engineering Design Center and years of the company’s successful investments in Poland. The Gala took place at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, with representatives from the Chancellery of the President of Poland, U.S. Embassy in Poland, American Chamber of Commerce in Poland and Pilsudski Insitute of America.


NowySwiat1920 03 04Pierwsze roczniki nowojorskiego dziennika polonijnego “Nowy Świat” są już dostępne online.The first volumes of the Polish language New York daily news  "Nowy Świat - The Polish Morning World" are now available online. The newspaper was founded in 1919 and from 1920 it appeared regularly every day, including Saturdays and Sundays. In 1922 it was joined by the future co-founder of the Piłsudski Institute in America, Maksymilian Węgrzynek. At that time, it was the only magazine in Polish in the New York metropolitan area and other states of the eastern part of the United States. "Nowy Świat" considered himself the heir of "Tygodnik Powszechny" published since 1886, and the first (1920) issue carry the number 23.

In the issues online one can read about the events in Poland and in Europe as well as the reactions of the US and other countries to these events, starting from January 1, 1920. In addition, there are news about New York and Polish American diaspora, as well as the Polish and Polish-American institutions in the USA. The ads from this period, as well as novels printed in episodes (such as "Atlantida" by Pierre Benoit) are also a fascinating read.

The publication of this newspaper  is possible thanks to the National Endowment for the Humanities grant received in 1977 by the Piłsudski Institute, which allowed this newspaper, threatened with the disintegration of paper to be microfilmed. In recent years, microfilms have been digitized by the Institute of National Remembrance; further processing and indexing took place at the Piłsudski Institute.