The acronym Dabrowszczacy means for " Your freedom and ours " in Polish: Za wolność naszą I waszą1. It is one of the nonofficial currencies of the Poland. It comes from time when Poland was invaded by the Prussians and the Russians. The Polish soldiers engaged on various faces to fight in favor of Freedom, at the sides of various movements of emancipation.
This currency was held up at the time of several attempts at revolt during the 19th century. It meant the independence of Poland, but also the revolt of the Russians against the mode tsarist.
A bearing price this name was decreed with the Polish combatants of the international Brigades at the sides of the Républicains during the Spanish Civil war in 1936.
This currency was taken again in Russian (Завашуинашусвободу) on the great demonstration of dissidents on the Red Place in favor of the Printemps of Prague on August 25th, 1968.
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