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Stacja okolicznościowa HF0H z okazji Roku Hallerowskiego 2017  jest czynna ze Skawiny na wszystkich pasmach KF i VHF łącznie z WARC do dnia 31 grudnia 2017.

Do usłyszenia na pasmach.


Special event station HF0H - to commemorative General Haller's Year 2017 - is QRV from Skawina, nr Krakow, up to Dec. 31, 2017 at all bands HF and VHF including WARC.

Look for us on the bands.




Akcja współfinansowana przez Gminę Skawina.

Project co-finansed by the munipalicity of Skawina



Orzełek (po lewej) i mundur Błękitnej Armii (po prawej) 

(znaczek pośrodku to link do strony Roku Hallerowskiego)

Eagle from military cap (on the left) and Blue Army uniform (to the right)

(the badge in the middle is a link to Gen. Haller's Year site)

 4 Listopada 2016 r. Senat RP uchwalił rezolucję,w której ustanowił rok 2017 Rokiem Gen. Hallera.

Generał Józef Haller - syn Henryka Hallera von Hallenburga, brat stryjeczny gen. Stanisława Hallera, generał broni Wojska Polskiego, legionista, harcmistrz, Przewodniczący ZHP, działacz polityczny i społeczny. Urodził się w maleńkich Jurczycach kolo Skawiny w woj. małopolskim w rodzinie, słynącej z patriotyzmu: protoplasta rodu, Jan Haller, w XVI w. miał pierwszą w Polsce drukarnię i księgarnię, pradziadek Józefa był kapitanem polskiego wojska w Powstaniu Listopadowym, a ojciec walczył w Powstaniu Styczniowym. Wraz z bratem stryjecznym Stanisławem (zamordowanym przez NKWD w 1940 r. w Charkowie) walczył w wojnie polsko-bolszewickiej. Młodszy brat Józefa, kapitan Cezary Haller, zginął 26 stycznia1919 r. w przegranej bitwie z oddziałami czeskimi pod Kończycami Wielkimi. Na temat Generała Hallera, jego zasług i dokonań oraz jego rodziny odsyłamy do Wikipedii: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C3%B3zef_Haller i https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hallerowie .

(Zdjęcia ze zbiorów Wikipedii, zdjęcie gen. Hallera to cyfrowo kolorowane zdjęcie czarno-białe ).


Nov.04, 2016 Senat RP - the upper House of Polish Parliament - has made setting up resolution: year 2017 is Year of General Haller.

13 August 1873 in a small village called Jurczyce in Skawina Municipal near Kraków born Józef Haller von Hallenburg, hero who fought for Poland's independence. One of his ancestor was Jan Haller, owner of the first printing house in Poland in the 16th century and bookseller. His maternal grandfather was a captain in the Polish Army during the November Uprising and his father took part in the January Uprising against the partitioning powers.
His family values – strong patriotism and religiousness –  strongly influenced young Józef, determined his future decisions.
 Haller's family moved to Lemberg (Lwów). After gimnasium he subsequently continued his education in the military schools: Lower Realschule (secondary school) in Kaschau (present-day Slovakia), in the Higher Realschule in Weisskirchen in Moravia and finally studied at the Faculty of Artillery at the Vienna's Theresian Military Academy.
When graduated between 1895-1910 he served with the 11th Artillery Regiment in Lviv in Austro-Hungarian Army. In 1903 Józef married Aleksandra Sala and in 1906 his son Eryk was born.
In 1910 "he leaves the army in order to serve the country in some other way until his Homeland needs him".
He was member of farmers cooperative, organizing agricultural, farm and dairy courses, was member of the Scouting Movements and Polish Gymnastic Society "Sokół" (Falcon). Many times and forces devoted to militarise "Sokół" and transform Scouting Movement into "harcerstwo" and polonize them . With other activist he worked out model badges and terminology for "harcerstwo" - many of which are still in use today. He had a countless contribution to the creation of the Krzyż Harcerski (polish Scouts Cross), from the beginning suggesting a combination of Maltese Cross and Virtuti Militari Order (highest Polish order for the bravery in battle).

In 1914 Haller was one of the founders of Eastern Legion, a combination of Falcon's Drużyny Polowe (Fields Brigades), Drużyny Bartoszowe (Bartosz Brigades) and the Polskie Drużyny Strzeleckie (Polish Rifle Squads). Due to two problems: 1. collapse of morale among soldiers and 2. a general objection against swearing loyalty to the Austrian emperor, the Legion was disbanded. After  reorganisation he became the commander of the 3rd Legion"s Infantry Regiment with soldiers, who were in favor for continuing the war against the Russian Empire and was then ranked Lieutenant-colonel. Brigade supported the defence of the Carpatians and hintered Russians acces to the Hungary. After stabilization on the front line, lieutenant colonel Haller passed the leadership of the 3rd Legions Infantry Regiment to major Henryk Minkiewicz.
On 14 March 1915 he was promoted colonel.

In May 1915 in Częstochowa, Haller was injured in a car accident. He spent 10 months recovering in a hospital. In spring of 1916 Haller became a member of the Colonels Council. In July 1918 Haller was given an assignment to command the 2nd Legions Infantry Brigade, which he accepted.

Questioning the agreements of the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk which reduced the chances for the creation of an independent Poland with the rest of Polish soldiers and  II Brigade of the Polish Legions Haller broke frontline and joined the Polish troops in Russia. He was ranked commander of the Polish 5th Siberian Rifle Division, and on 7 April 1918 was appointed General.

After Battle of Kaniow - lost after the ammunition storage expired - Haller avoided imprisonment by faking his own death and using the name Maowiecki fled to the Moscow.

In July 1918 after long journey through Karelia and Murmansk, Haller arrived in France. He was designated to be in charge of the forming Polish Army, and according to an agreement of 28 September 1918 the Blue Army (named due to their uniforms) was recognised by the Triple Entente member countries and the independent Polish army. The end of war did not interrupt the enlargement of the Polish army in France (the number of soldiers was eventually over 100,000) and due to modern weapons supplied from France - especially airplanes and Renault FT tanks - finally became the significant military force. Beginning in April 1919 Blue Army were conveyed to Poland in the majority of transit by rail by Germany, as well as by Baltic Sea via Gdansk. The whole army was deployed at the Polish-Ukrainian frontline. After victorious battles against the Ukrainian army (Haller's forces reached the Zbruch River, passing Volhynia and Eastern Galicia) Haller was dispatched to the Polish-German borderline.
On 10 February 1920, General Haller together with the Minister of Internal Affairs, Stanisław Wojciechowski, and the new administration of the Pomeranian Province came to Puck, where he performed a "symbolic wedding ceremony" of Poland and the Baltic Sea.

In 1920 Haller was appointed Inspector General of the Volunteer Army. During the Battle of Warsaw, he led the forces defending the capital's foregrounds. He was also a member of the Council for Defence of the Nation (July–August 1920) and later led the North-Eastern Front.
After World War II broke out, Haller managed to make his way through Romania, to France. After the fall of the government in France, Haller reached Great Britain. In Great Britain during the years 1940-1943, he was a Minister of Education in the Polish Government-in-Exile.
After the war Józef Haller decided to remain abroad and settled in London for good where, steeped in the legend of the "Blue General", he died on 4 June 1960 at the age of 86. Thanks to the initiative of the Polish Scouts from "Whites" team, his ashes were returned to Poland on 23 April 1993 and are now kept in a crypt in St. Agnieszka's garrison church in Kraków.
Now Hallers family use name Haller de Hallenburg.

(All pictures from Wikipedia, main picture is digitally recolored B-W picture).



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