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Franciszek Józef Bialy

Franciszek Józef Bialy, Polish historian, researcher. Decorated Cross of Merit State Government; recipient Golden award, Ministry of Science, Education and Technology, 1977. Participant Upper- Silesian Institute in Katowice, Poland, 1955—1980, Silesian Science Institute in Opole, Poland, 1957, Stiftung Ostdeutscher Kulturrat, Bonn, Germany, 1992, Stiftung Haus Oberschlesien, Ratingen, Germany, 1992.

Background

  • Bialy, Franciszek Józef was born on September 4, 1931 in Chorzów, Poland. Son of Józef Bialy and Maria Kregiel.

  • Education

    • Master of Arts, University Wroclaw, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy, University Wroclaw, 1961.

    Career

    • Adjunct professor Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroclaw, 1953—1969, University Wroclaw, 1969—1985, Habilitation professor, 1985—1992, professor, since 1992.

    Works

    • Author: German Voluntary Military Units on the Territory of Silesia 1918-1923, 1976, The National-Socialistic Movement in Silesian Provinces, 1987. Contributor articles to professional journals, encyclopedias.

    Membership

    Participant Upper- Silesian Institute in Katowice, Poland, 1955—1980, Silesian Science Institute in Opole, Poland, 1957, Stiftung Ostdeutscher Kulturrat, Bonn, Germany, 1992, Stiftung Haus Oberschlesien, Ratingen, Germany, 1992.

    Connections

    • Married Zofia Kulik, March 5, 1956 (deceased November 28, 2001). Children: Lucyna Biay, Joanna Biay.
    • father: Józef Bialy
    • mother: Maria Kregiel
    • spouse: Zofia Kulik
    • children: Lucyna Biay Bialy
    • Joanna Biay Bialy
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    • 1955
      University Wroclaw
    • 1961
      University Wroclaw
    • 1953 - 1969
      Adjunct professor, Polish Academy Sciences
      Wroclaw, Dolnoslaskie, Poland
    • 1969 - 1985
      Adjunct professor, Polish Academy Sciences