Semén Aizenshtein, the forgotten pioneer of national radio technology

In his native land Aizenshtein’s name was consigned to oblivion, despite the fact that after Popov’s death in 1906 he became his spiritual successor and the most prominent national figure in the field of radio...

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A Ukrainian bomb, a Polish target, a Jewish victim

The arrival of the only president of Poland to visit Lviv during the interwar period was overshadowed by an assassination attempt that was organized by the Ukrainian underground. A Jew named Stanisław Steiger was caught...

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