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  1. Anna Walentynowicz ( Polish pronunciation: [ˈanna valɛntɨˈnɔvʲit͡ʂ]; née Lubczyk; 15 August 1929 – 10 April 2010) was a Polish free trade union activist and co-founder of Solidarity, the first non-communist trade union in the Eastern Bloc. Her firing from her job at the Lenin Shipyard in Gdańsk in August 1980 was the event that ...

  2. Anna or Ann(e) of Poland may refer to: Anna of Poland, Countess of Celje (1366–1425) Anna Jagiellon, Duchess of Pomerania (1476–1503), duchess-consort of Pomerania-Wolgast & daughter of Casimir IV Jagiellon; Anne of Bohemia and Hungary (1503–1547) Queen Anna of Poland (1523–1596), a.k.a. Anna Jagiellon; Anne of Austria, Queen of Poland ...

  3. Anne of Austria (16 August 1573 – 10 February 1598) was Queen of Poland and Sweden as the first consort of King Sigismund III Vasa. Biography. Anne was a daughter of Charles II of Austria and Maria Anna of Bavaria. She was the grandchild of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anne of Bohemia and Hungary (1503–1547).

  4. Anne of Cilli, Queen consort of Poland, was born 1380 in Celje, Slovenia to William, Count of Cilli (c1361-1392) and Anna of Poland (1366-1422) and died 21 May 1416 Kraków, Poland of unspecified causes. Alfred the Great (849-899)/s, Charlemagne (747-814)/s, Rollo of Normandy (860-932)/s. Anna of Cilli or Anne of Celje (ca. 1381 – 21 May 1416) was Queen consort of Poland (1402–1416). She ...

  5. Anna Jagiellon of Poland was born 1476 to Casimir IV of Poland (1427-1492) and Elisabeth von Habsburg (1437-1505) and died 1503 of unspecified causes. She married Bogislaw X. von Pommern (1454-1523) 2 February 1491 JL in Szczecin.

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  7. Anna Dellermalm. I was born in Poland 1951. I’ve studied art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw 1971 – 1977. I attended, among others, Professors L. Hołdanowicz’ and J. Stanny’s classes in book- and graphic design, Professors E. Markowski’s and S. Poznanski’s classes in painting, and Professor G. Zemła’s class in sculpture.