The Magnificent Seventeen / Henryk Wars, A Songster of Warsaw Movie Poster

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<p>“The Magnificent Seventeen” (“Siedemnastu Wspanialych”), (2005, 28 min.) Dir. Zbigniew Kowalewski. The history of American airmen, fighting along with Poles during the war between Poland and Bolshevik Russia in 1920. It is also the story of the Koœciuszko Squadron, created at the initiative of American pilots willing to repay their country’s debt for Koœciuszko’s participation in America’s War of Independence.</p> <p>HENRYK WARS, A SONGSTER OF WARSAW (HENRYK WARS, PIESNIARZ WARSZAWY), 2007, 53 min. Dir. Wieslaw Dabrowski. A story about Polish-American composer Henryk Wars, a native of Warsaw and a long time resident of Los Angeles. His songs are still recognized and loved by people today all over the world.</p>