Centrum im. Ludwika Zamenhofa
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Oral history

Memories and experience are some of the most valuable gifts that the older generation can give to the younger. In the LZC Media Library we collect valuable accounts of witnesses of history, we compile and share them.

The interviews are recorded using the narrative-biographical method, which involves recording the free expression of a witness about their entire life. This type of narrative takes into account the subjective perspective of such issues as: local culture, ethnicity, tradition and customs, religion, or identity. Stories recorded in this way are unique, different for each person. Thanks to this, they allow to get to know the individual view of people who saw the interwar period, World War II and the beginnings of the Polish People’s Republic with their own eyes.

We are constantly looking for witnesses of history – people who have spent the last 60, 70 and more years in Białystok and would like to tell us the story of their lives, describe important events as they remember them. If you are such a person or know someone who would like to tell their story, please contact the BCC/LZC.

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Dojnikowski Jerzy

Jerzy Dojnikowski was born in 1933, in Pijawne Polskie, near Augustów (Podlaskie Voivodeship). In 1952, he graduated from the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical Engineering in Suwałki and, in 1961, from High School of Engineering in Białystok. In 1977 he obtained a diploma in mechanical engineering specialization. In 1956 he began to work in the Factory of Tooling and Chucks as a designer. In 1961 he was promoted to chief designer. He retired in 1992. Member of the organization: Association of Polish Engineers and Mechanical Technicians, Polish Federation of Engineering Associations. Personal and family life : wife Stefania, daughter Joanna, grandchildren Hanna and Szymon.

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