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"A Generation" is a 1955 Polish film directed by Andrzej Wajda. It is based on the novel Pokolenie by Bohdan Czeszko, who also wrote the script. It was Wajda's first film and the opening installment of what became his Three War Films trilogy set in the Second World War, completed by Kanal and Ashes and Diamonds.
- also known as Pokolenie
- country: Poland
- language: Polish Language
- production design by Roman Mann
- written by Bohdan Czeszko
- based on a story by Bohdan Czeszko
- Tadeusz Łomnicki as Stach Mazur
- Roman Polanski as Mundek
- Urszula Modrzyńska as Dorota
- Tadeusz Janczar as Jasio Krone
- Zbigniew Cybulski as Kostek
- Zygmunt Hobot as Abram
- Ryszard Kotys as Jacek
- August Kowalczyk as Priest
- Janusz Paluszkiewicz as Sekula
- Bronislaw Kassowski as Speculator
- Jerzy Krasowski as Wladek
- Tadeusz Fijewski as German Guard
- Zofia Czerwinska as Lola
- Cezary Julski as Coachman
- cinematography by Jerzy Lipman
- edited by Czeslaw Raniszewski
- music by Andrzej Markowski
- costume design by Jerzy Szeski
- set decoration by Józef Galewski & Jerzy Skrzepiński
- genres: War film, Drama
- subject: World War II
- released on (59 years ago)
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The Aging Workforce Handbook (2016)
Individual, Organizational and Societal Challenges
According to Manheim, a generation is a group of individuals born on or around the same time and as such share a common social location in historical time. Thus, a generation is a not a concrete group where members have either physical or ...
The value of inclusion in a culture of uniformity by Daniel P. McDonald, Kizzy M. Parks
A generation is a group of individuals who share birth years, age locality, and significant life events at critical developmental stages (Kupperschmidt 2000). Despite the vast amount of research and attention that generations have received in ...
Made in Circulation by Wiebke Keim, Ercüment Çelik, Veronika Wöhrer
A generation refers to a group of scholars that choose similar intellectual interventions in specific...
by Tobias Blickle
Each run of the loop is called a generation and J(k) denotes the population at generation k.
Religion and Youth (2010)
by Sylvia Collins-Mayo, Pink Dandelion
a generation is a group of people born around the same time who live through a particular set of social, cultural, economic and political circumstances during the formative years of early adulthood. These socio - ...
In the Beginning (2015)
by Andrew Myers
A generation is an amount of time and here it is in reference to the time that has elapsed since the original creation of the earth at a point in the dateless past.
21st-century Roles by Bethany Bezdecheck
A generation is a group of individuals born around the same period of time. Different generations have grown up in very different ways. If your grandparents are between the ages of sixty and eighty, they were your age during a time when ...
An Etymological Dictionary (1821)
by William Grimshaw
genea, a generation, and logos, a description. G. E.W.E.R.A. s. Classes.—See GENUS. GENERATE. s.
A Dictionary of Sociology (2014)
by John Scott
generation A generation is a form of age group consisting of those members of a society who were born at ...
The Gentlemlen's Lexicon; Or, A Pocket Dictionary, Containing Nearly Every Work in the English Language (1835)
Being Also Particularly Adapted to the Use of Academies and Schools by William Grimshaw
A family, ascending or descending; a generation; a particular breed; a water- course; race ginger, ginger in the root; contest in running; course. v. race; pr. par racing; past, raced ; s. racer. RACK. s. An engine of torture; torture; a neck of mutton; ...
by A. Bowdoin Van Riper
A gifted teacher, Oppenheimer trained a generation of students—including several who went on to win Nobel Prizes—and founded the “American school” of theoretical physics. Oppenheimer's own scientific work covered a wide range of ...
A Dictionary of the Scripture Proper Names: wherein the words are accentuated ... To which are prefixed remarks respecting the pronunciation, etymology, and accentuation of the English language. [With a prefatory letter by A. Clarke.] (1808)
by James CREIGHTON, Adam Clarke
A generation of servitude, or the round. ness ofthe sheaf'. Gen. xiv. 4. CHW-.LAL : кёш. As night. Ezra. x.
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Each generation goes further than the generation preceding it because it stands on the shoulders of that generation. You will have opportunities beyond anything we've ever known. (Ronald Reagan)
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