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Priest Stanisław Targosz (1911 – 1944). The chaplain of Monte Cassino

Andrzej Targosz

Abstract

Presenting the life and work of one of the chaplains of the Polish Army in the East an attempt has been made to show the role of priests and soldiers in the Italian campaign. Mainly I wanted to highlight their contributions in preparing soldiers for combat actions even in the Middle East as well as spiritual support in the critical moments during the fights in the Italian campaign. Therefore, the two bloodiest battles of the battalion of Fr. Chaplain Stanislaw Targosz’s: at Monte Cassino and the river Chienti in Monte San Giusto have been focused on and worked out in details. The layout of the dissertation is simple. It consists of an introduction, four biographical chapters and conclusion.The first chapter shows the family environment as well as Fr. Stanislaw Targosz’s etymological background information related to the name Targosz.The second chapter covers four years (1939 – 1943) of an exile in the United States and Canada training camp.The third chapter, although in the description the longest, deals with the shortest time and shows the fate of the presented character in the uniform of the Polish Armed Forces in the East, is the basis of the discussion, and shows the zenith of his short life.The fourth chapter focuses on a brief summary of achievements of his life. The material on this subject was too broad and multi-threaded, so in the future it would be possible togo back to other points of his life.
Record ID
UAM874dfdce79e647e49031662cba1b1dc3
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Andrzej Targosz Andrzej Targosz,, Undefined Affiliation
Title in Polish
Ksiądz Stanisław Targosz (1911 – 1944). Kapelan spod Monte Cassino
Title in English
Priest Stanisław Targosz (1911 – 1944). The chaplain of Monte Cassino
Language
pol (pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of History (FoH)
Discipline
history / (humanities) / (humanities)
Scientific discipline (2.0)
1.3 history
Status
Finished
Defense Date
08-12-2010
Title date
08-12-2010
Supervisor
URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10593/694 Opening in a new tab
Keywords in English
Targosz Stanisław, Chaplain, Priest, Monte Cassino
Abstract in English
Presenting the life and work of one of the chaplains of the Polish Army in the East an attempt has been made to show the role of priests and soldiers in the Italian campaign. Mainly I wanted to highlight their contributions in preparing soldiers for combat actions even in the Middle East as well as spiritual support in the critical moments during the fights in the Italian campaign. Therefore, the two bloodiest battles of the battalion of Fr. Chaplain Stanislaw Targosz’s: at Monte Cassino and the river Chienti in Monte San Giusto have been focused on and worked out in details. The layout of the dissertation is simple. It consists of an introduction, four biographical chapters and conclusion.The first chapter shows the family environment as well as Fr. Stanislaw Targosz’s etymological background information related to the name Targosz.The second chapter covers four years (1939 – 1943) of an exile in the United States and Canada training camp.The third chapter, although in the description the longest, deals with the shortest time and shows the fate of the presented character in the uniform of the Polish Armed Forces in the East, is the basis of the discussion, and shows the zenith of his short life.The fourth chapter focuses on a brief summary of achievements of his life. The material on this subject was too broad and multi-threaded, so in the future it would be possible togo back to other points of his life.
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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://researchportal.amu.edu.pl/info/phd/UAM874dfdce79e647e49031662cba1b1dc3/
URN
urn:amu-prod:UAM874dfdce79e647e49031662cba1b1dc3

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