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Entertainment German-Polish relations: “Hedwig von Schlesien” award for Christoph von Marschall

00:00  01 october  2020
00:00  01 october  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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German – Polish relations are sometimes strained when topics like World War II and the postwar forced expulsion of the German citizens from the territories assigned to Poland are brought up.[12] Occasional xenophobic statements by politicians on both sides, most notably Erika Steinbach

The history of German - Polish relations is long and often marked by bloodshed. After some initial hesitancy on the part of Germany, German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and Poland's first non-communist Prime Minister Tadeusz Mazowiecki agreed to what was effectively a commitment to the Oder-Neisse

City and University of Breslau honor Tagesspiegel author for his contribution to understanding between Germany and Poland.

Geehrt: Christoph von Marschall. © Photo: Photo: Mike Wolff Honored: Christoph von Marschall.

The city and the University of Breslau as well as the Silesian Salon award Christoph von Marschall, the diplomatic correspondent of the editor-in-chief of the Tagesspiegel, the "Princess Hedwig of Silesia Prize" for his contribution to German-Polish understanding.

The award will be presented at the opening of the university's academic year on October 1st. It honors one German and one Polish personality who “have been committed to deepening peaceful German-Polish relations for years.” The 2020 Polish co-award winner is the long-time mayor of Wroclaw, Rafal Dutkiewicz.

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During this period, Polish leaders supported government legislation and offered to work to strengthen the German Empire, while the Caprivi administration indicated its desire for better relations with the Poles and made a number of concessions to them.

1997: Germany and Poland sign a bilateral cultural agreement. 2004: Conflict with the Prussian Trust organization over reparations from the World War II. The so-called Preussische Treuhand, supported by the Polish parliament, calls for reparations from Germany . Both the Polish and the German

Von Marschall 1983 / 84 in Krakow and did his doctorate on Polish history. Since 1991 he has been reporting in the Tagesspiegel on Politics , Economy , History , Culture and Society in Poland, bilateral relations and Polish Living in Berlin .

In the conflicts between the national-conservative PiS government with the EU and with Germany over migration, energy policy and other issues, he tries to make Polish views understandable to the Germans.

To the previous winners include heads of government such as Helmut Kohl, Tadeusz Mazowiecki and Jerzy Buzek, political figures such as Rita Süssmuth, Wladyslaw Bartoszewski and Bishop Alfons Nossol, scientists like Gesine Schwan, Karl Dedecius and Norman Davies as well as artists like Kurt Mazur and Tadeusz Rozewicz.

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