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Martin P. Mieloszyk on the Roots of the Kościuszko Foundation

Business executive Martin P. Mieloszyk possesses a significant interest in his Polish heritage. Along with his activity in groups such as the Polish and Slavic Center and the Polish-Slavic Credit Union, Martin Mieloszyk donates to the Kościuszko Foundation. Founded in … Continue reading

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What is Kendo?

Martin Mieloszyk is the president of L’Marc International, Inc., a financial services company based in New York. In his free time, Martin Mieloszyk practices and competes in kendo, or Japanese fencing. Literally translated as “the way of the sword,” kendo … Continue reading

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Martin P. Mieloszyk’s Tips for Beginning Kendo Practitioners: Target Points

Skilled in several sword arts, including epee, sabre, and kendo, Martin Mieloszyk has spent years honing his skills, and appreciates learning about the different rules and philosophies of each style. As Martin Mieloszyk explains, kendo practitioners recognize four primary target … Continue reading

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In Brief: The Polish Slavic Center By Martin Mieloszyk

The Polish Slavic Center, headquartered in New York City, is a nonprofit organization that provides social and cultural services to the Polish Slavic community. The Center is the result of the hard work and dedication of a group of people … Continue reading

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The Development of Épée Fencing, by Martin Mieloszyk

Épée, the art of fencing with a sword that has a blunted point and a bowl-shaped hand guard—not unlike that used in Hamlet’s duel with Laertes—has a fascinating history. Begun in the early Renaissance period as a regulated means of … Continue reading

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