“The life of the Polish-American hero General Kazimierz Pułaski is a testament to our Nation’s ideals and a paragon of the cause of human freedom,” Donald J. Trump, the president of the US wrote in a proclamation marking the General Pulaski Memorial Day, celebrated in America on October 11.
Casimir Pulaski, a Polish nobleman, soldier and military commander who fought in the American War of Independence in the 18th century, was...see more
“General Pulaski’s devotion to country – and the shared values upon which our Nation and Poland were both founded – accentuates our common commitment to liberty. On General Pulaski Memorial Day, we honour and celebrate his courage and expertise in the Revolutionary War, which helped found a Nation conceived in the ideals he held most dearly,” President Trump added in the document.
Joe Biden, former Vice-president of the US and the candidate for the President of the Democratic Party in the upcoming elections also commemorated the deeds of General Pułaski.
Today we join Polish-Americans in celebrating General Pulaski, whose heroism built the American cavalry and saved the life of George Washington. America will always stand with the Polish people against the common threats we face.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 11, 2020