Stanislawa Slawomira Lewandowska
Stanislawa Slawomira Lewandowska, Polish educator. Recipient Golden Cross of Merit award Council of State, 1978, Polonia Restituta award Council of State, 1987; Italian Foreign Office scholar, 1975, 79, 90 British Academy London, 1989.
Lewandowska, Stanislawa Slawomira was born on June 9, 1924 in Wilno, Poland. Daughter of Stanislaw and Anna (Milewska) Grzybowska.
Master of Arts in Philosophy, University Warsaw, Poland, 1950.
Advisor Ministry of Education, Warsaw, 1948-1949, Ministry of Higher Education State Science Public, Warsaw, 1950-1954. Editor state science public Organization Editorial staff of History Quarterly, 1954-1968, Modern History, Warsaw, since 1969. Assistant professor Polish Academy of Sciences, 1972-1979, associate professor, 1979-1985.
Professor Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute History, since 1985.
Author: Resistance Movement in Podlasie, 1976 (award of Ministry of Higher Education 1982), Polish Underground Press (award Polish Academy of Sciences 1982), Cryptonym Authentication, 1984, The Press of Occupied Warsaw 1939-1944, 1990, Polish Emigree Presse 1939-1945, 1991.
Member The Science Council of Warsaw Polish Academy of Sciences (committee History of the Press since 1980), Institute National Memory (science council of main commission for investigation of the Nazi crimes since 1990).
Caring for stray animals.
Married Alexander Zbigniew Lewandowski.
Anna (Milewska) Grzybowska
Alexander Zbigniew Lewandowski.