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“The restoration has been made possible thanks to the enormous contributions of many, mostly Scottish friends, who have given their time to this project for many years.We owe a great depth of gratitude to them.’Fiona Hyslop, cabinet secretary for culture, tourism and external affairs, said: “The Great Polish Map of Scotland is a fine example of Scotland’s ties and friendship with Poland."Located within a few yards of the Stone of Remembrance, where wreath laying takes place every November, we think the setting is not only appropriate but suitable prestigious." Read more: Scots tribute to Polish war hero General Stanislaw Maczek in will 'put right what was wrong' She said: “We offer sincere thanks to the Lord Provost, Council Leader and many others for their assistance in moving our project forward."We are also grateful to the Friends of the Meadows and Bruntsfield Links for their continued support throughout the campaign.We may then apply our discretion under the user terms to amend or delete comments.
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A STATUE to a Polish war hero is to be erected outside the City Chambers in Edinburgh as the culmination of years of work to have the general who protected Scotland in the Second World War recognised.
Read more: Polish war hero who helped guard Scotland tells his story The project for a permanent memorial was launched by Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, who died in 2013, and the General Maczek Memorial Trust was continued by volunteers, including Lord Fraser’s friend Archie Mackay and the peer’s wife Lady Fraser and daughter Katie.
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Jan Tomasik, of the 1st Polish Armoured Division under the command of General Stanislaw Maczek, was one of around 17,000 Polish troops who arrived in Scotland in 1940 to defend the east coast of Scotland, which was under threat of invasion from the Germans following Hitler’s occupation of Norway.