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Marie Curie Featured Related Images Print

Marie Curie

Born in Poland in 1867, after receiving her secondary education she worked as a governess for eight years. Marie moved to Paris and read Physics at the Sorbonne, where she received a scholarhip which allowed her to move back to Poland to take a second degree in Mathematics. She married Pierre Curie in 1895 and their research into radioactivity resulted in a joint Nobel prize. (1903) Maire succeeded Pierre in the position of Professor of Physics at the Sorbonne after his death, and through her research she isolated pure radium. In 1911 she became the first person to be awarded the Nobel Prize on two occasions

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Brest-Litovsk buildings burn Featured Related Images Print

Brest-Litovsk buildings burn

Buildings on fire in the city of Brest-Litovsk. The city was captured by German forces in December 1915, and in March 1918 was the scene of the signing of a treaty which ended the war between Russia and Germany. The city now lies in Belarus, very near the border with Poland

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POLISH KOSSINIERI Featured Related Images Print

POLISH KOSSINIERI

Members of a patriotic secret society, the KOSSINIERI (literally, the scythers) swear to fight for the freedom of Poland against the hated Russians who rule them Date: 1 May 1821

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