He then bought a small yacht and sailed around the Masurian lakes
in northern Poland, before hitchhiking to India to teach English to children afflicted with leprosy for six months.
Contract award: Construction and purchase of specialized sets of floating - in order to ensure the safety of navigation on the Great Masurian Lakes
, by adapting marking for shipping hour - for the Regional Board in Warsaw.
Firth Szczecin 5-6 30-35 Volgogradskoe Reservoir 7-9 30 Masurian lakes
There are many other fascinating areas in Poland, including the Great Masurian Lakes in the northeast, the Baltic coast, the Biebrzanski National Park which teems with wild life and Torun, the home of the revolutionary astronomer tier Copernicus.
In fact the region is called the Land of the Great Masurian Lakes and it is a popular holiday destination for Poles in summer.
In the east, Russia launched an immediate offensive, which was met by capable German generals, who wiped out a Russian army at the Battle of Tannenberg and the Battle of the Masurian Lakes
Principal battles: Masurian Lakes
II (1915); the Somme (1916); Aisne and Champagne (1917).
Principal battles: Tannenberg (Stebark), Masurian Lakes
I (1914); Masurian Lakes
II (1915); operations in Macedonia (1916-1917); Caporetto (Kobarid) (1917).
Principal battles: Koniggratz (Hradec Kralove) (1866); Saint-Privat (1870); Tannenburg (Stebark) (1914); Masurian Lakes
(1914); Lodz (1914); Gorlice-Tarnow (1915); the Somme II, the Lys, the Aisne offensives (1918).
Principal battles: Liege, Tannenberg (Stebark), Masurian Lakes
, Lodz (1914); Gorlice-Tarnow (1915); Somme II, Lys, Aisne offensive (1918).
Principal campaigns and battles: Gumbinnen (Gusev), Tannenberg (Stebark), Masurian Lakes
I, Lodz (1914); Gorlice-Tarnow, Serbia (1915); Romania (1916).
Principal battles: Stalluponen (Nesterov), Gumbinnen (Gusev), Masurian Lakes
(1914); Lodz (1915).