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Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego

LC control no.n 82165966
Descriptive conventionsrda
Corporate name headingZwiązek Harcerstwa Polskiego
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Variant(s)Z.H.P. (Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego)
ZHP (Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego)
Soi︠u︡z polʹskogo khart︠s︡erstva (Poland)
SPKh (Soi︠u︡z polʹskogo khart︠s︡erstva )
S.P.Kh. (Soi︠u︡z polʹskogo khart︠s︡erstva )
See alsoZwiązek Harcerstwa Polskiego poza granicami Kraju
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Beginning date1918
Associated countryPoland
LocatedWarsaw (Poland)
Field of activityScouting (Youth activity) Scouts (Youth organization members)--Societies, etc.
Special noteUnused subdivision: Główna Kwatera Harcerzy i Harcerek
Found inGrodecka, E. O metodzie harcerskiej ... 1943.
Its website, viewed 20 Aprt. 2016: home p. (Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego; ZHP [in seal]) contact p. (head office: ul. Konopnickiej 6, 00-491 Warszawa)
Wikipedia, Wolna encyklopedia, March 8, 2016: Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego page (Związeg Harcerstwa Polskiego; ZHP; largest Polish scouting organization; established 1 November 1918 as an association of all earlier scouting organizations in Poland; the same name used by other scouting organizations since 1916)
Wikipedia, viewed 20 Apr. 2016 (Polish Scouting and Guiding Association, Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego, ZHP; the Polish Scout movement was started in 1910; the ZHP was officially founded by the merging of existing groups when the Partitions of Poland came to an end in 1918; during World War II, the ZHP were branded criminals by Nazi Germany and the wartime Scouts evolved into the underground paramilitary Szare Szeregi, Gray Ranks; in 1945, ZHP was restored but was banned by the Communist authorities in 1949; revived in 1956 when the Polish United Workers' Party youth movement ZMP OH (Organizacja Harcerska Związku Młodzieży Polskiej, 1950-1956) was transformed and renamed to ZHP; until 1980, the new ZHP did not consider itself as a continuation of the pre-war ZHP but as a new organization) under Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego poza granicami Kraju (ZHP pgK, established in 1946, was a continuation of the pre-World War II organization, Związek Harcerstwa Polskiego, ZHP, which had been evacuated to Great Britain in 1940 and moved its headquarters from Castlemains to London in 1943)
Associated languagepol