10 zł Stanisław Grabski - The Great Polish Economists

14,14 g Ag 925

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Denomination
10 zl
Country
Poland
Metal
Ag 925
Weight
14,14 g
Size
Ø 32 mm
Quality
Proof
Mintage
12 000 pcs
Date of issue
2020-09
Accessories
Certificate, Box
Series
The Great Polish Economists
Dostępność
Na zamówienie
Price: PLN189.00
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Another coin of the series "The Great Polish Economists".

On the obverse of the coin there is an image of a bar graph made of plant ornament and grain ears, as well as the title of Stanisław Grabski's most important work "Social Economy". On the reverse of the coin there is an image of Stanisław Grabski and the dates of his birth and death.

Stanisław Grabski (1871-1949) combined the roles of a politician, scientist and publicist. He was the brother of Władysław Grabski, the author of the currency reform of 1924. In his youth he was active in the socialist movement, but gradually came closer to the national camp. For many years, he lectured in economics at the Jan Kazimierz University in Lviv.

During World War I, he became a member of the Polish National Committee in Paris, where he dealt with the issue of Poland's future borders. After the end of the Polish-Bolshevik battles, he was one of the chief negotiators during the peace negotiations in Minsk and Riga. Grabski was twice Minister of Religious Denominations and Public Enlightenment. He co-founded the framework of the concordat concluded with the Holy See in 1925. After the May coup, he almost completely withdrew from political activity. In September 1939, he was arrested by the NKVD and sentenced to stay in a forced labour camp. Released in 1941 as a result of the Sikorski-Mayski Agreement. He spent the following years of World War II in London, taking up the post of President of the National Council. After the war he returned to Poland. As a consequence of the actions of the communist authorities creating the appearance of preparations for free elections, Stanisław Grabski became one of the deputy chairmen of the then expanded facade.

His work was a ten-volume 'Social Economy'. 

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