Defence of the Polish Post [20]

Defence of the Polish Post Office in Gdańsk. German Aggression Against Poland

Subject: no
Face value: 20 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Dimensions: 40x28 mm
Weight: 28.28 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 10000 pcs
On the edge: milled
Additional: UV printing
Date of issue: 2021-09-01
Issue price: 270 pln
The reverse of the coin features the images of Dr Jan Michoń, Alfons Flisykowski and Reserve 2 Lt Konrad Guderski against the main entrance to the Post Office building.

Designer: Robert Kotowicz
The obverse features the main entrance to the Post Office building against the destroyed façade of the building. The design is complemented by the Polish Post Office symbol.

Designer: Robert Kotowicz

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Defence of the Polish Post Office in Gdańsk. German Aggression Against Poland

While the Treaty of Versailles put an end to World War I in 1919, it did not resolve the contentious issues in the Polish-German relations. The bone of contention was, among other matters, Gdańsk— under the Treaty of Versailles of 28 June 1919 it was declared a free city. The Polish interests were safeguarded by: the General Commissariat of the Republic of Poland, the Delegacy of the Attorney General’s Office, the Chief Customs Inspectorate, the Polish State Railways, the Polish Delegacy of the Port and Waterways Council, the Polish Post Office, the Polish Telegraph Agency, etc. Poland was entitled to maintain a sentry detachment with its headquarters on the Westerplatte peninsula as the Military Transit Depot.

The Polish inhabitants constituted ...

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