"While catholic-ethno-nationalists love polonophile-chauvinist Davies's reactionary apologetics the sheer depth of this work makes it essential reading. See also God's Playground: A History of Poland, Vol. 2: 1795 to the Present."
"Anthony Bukoski's short story collections are among the very finest examples of Polish American literature. His books include "Time Bewteen Trains," "Polonaise," Children of Strangers," and "North of the Port.""
"The Sarmatian Review is a scholarly, triannual publication of the Polish Institute of Houston. http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~sarmatia/ FYI - This publication has a decidedly right-wing bent and panders to the Kaczynski religious-nationalists."
"Polish American Hank Grotowski (Billy Bob Thornton) starts out as the meanest SOB around. By the end of the film, Hank is the happiest and luckiest SOB this side of the Vistula. Must be something to do with his gorgeous new girlfriend, Leticia "Can you make me feel good?" Musgrove (Halle Berry in her Oscar winning role)."