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    President Andrzej Duda Honors Cursed Soldiers in Tropem Wilczym Memorial Runs

    President Andrzej Duda, in a heartfelt letter to participants and organizers of the Cursed Soldiers Memorial Runs – Tropem Wilczym, emphasized the profound significance of commemorating the heroes who fought for Poland’s freedom.

    Acknowledging Community Efforts

    Duda praised local communities for their dedication to preserving the memory of these soldiers. He highlighted their role in safeguarding the legacy of the fallen, ensuring that their sacrifices are never forgotten. The president recognized the Tropem Wilczym runs as more than just sporting events; they serve as powerful symbols of unity, bringing together communities to honor the brave individuals who fought for a free Poland.

    Reflecting on Sacrifice

    Duda called upon participants to not only engage in the physical challenge of the runs but also to reflect deeply on the profound sacrifices made by the Cursed Soldiers. He emphasized the importance of passing down their stories to future generations. Urging participants to reach the symbolic 1963-meter mark, representing the year of the last Cursed Soldier’s death, Duda emphasized that honoring these heroes is not just a patriotic duty but also a vital aspect of preserving Poland’s independent spirit.

    Each participant will receive a commemorative medal, symbolizing their contribution to honoring Poland’s heroes. Additionally, the National Remembrance Institute has provided educational materials to enrich the participants’ understanding of this important chapter in Poland’s history.

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