Jessica is Junior at the University of Delaware majoring in Criminal Justice. Her interests outside of the classroom include recreational sports and cooking. She’s very interested in the history of American Identity and enjoyed learning about Polish American.
When the first large wave of Polish American’s immigrated to the United States in the early 1900s, they were fleeing from a life of poverty, hard labor, and a lack of education. It was… Continue Reading
Two years after the Yalta Conference and the decisions about post-war Poland were made, it seemed that President Truman and the federal government had done little to aid Europe against the Soviet Union. This reality angered Polish Americans, as… Continue Reading