The 2011 Aquila Polonica Prize - Winners announced by Polish Studies Association at 2011 ASEEES Convention.
Aquila Polonica on national TV - interview on Lifetime television morning show The Balancing Act
Wall Street Journal Europe – Opinion by Aquila Polonica publisher Terry Tegnazian, “Polish Heroes: The history of the country's World War II resistance against Nazi Germany fell victim to Realpolitik.”
Publishers Weekly – “Aquila Polonica Finds Its Niche”
Warsaw Business Journal - Opinion by Aquila Polonica publisher Terry Tegnazian, "The Polish Connection."
Poland WWII Photos
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– Aquila Polonica co-founder December 1, 2010 – Medal of the Polish Army AwardedStefan Mucha was awarded the Gold Medal of the Polish Army (Medal Wojska Polskiego), and translator Jarek Garlinski (who translated 303 Squadron: The Legendary Battle of Britain Fighter Squadron for Aquila Polonica) was awarded the Silver Medal of the Polish Army, at a ceremony on 1 December 2010 at the Polish Embassy in London. The medals were presented by the Polish Defence Attaché Commodore Stanisław Król.
First to Fight: Poland’s Contribution to the Allied Victory in World War II published by the Polish Underground Movement (1939-1945) Study Trust as part of the Polish Armed Forces Memorial project.Mr. Mucha and Mr. Garlinski were honored for their work on the team that created the Polish Armed Forces Memorial at the National Arboretum in Staffordshire, England, which was unveiled by the Duke of Kent on 19 September 2009. They co-edited, with Dr. Marek Stella-Sawicki, the book
The Medal of the Polish Army is awarded by the Polish Minister of National Defence, and was instituted in 1999 to honor foreigners helping Poland and Polish citizens residing outside Polish borders. While most often awarded to those serving in allied armed forces, the medal is also awarded to those who have contributed to the popularization of the history and traditions of the Polish Army in the international arena.