The Trumpeter of Krakow Discussion Questions

Eric P. Kelly
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The legend of the trumpeter of Krakow proves that noble actions can live on in history and inspire future generations. Give an example from your own country's history of how one person's actions can inspire others and change the course of history.

The historical narrator presents many scientific "facts" throughout the story, based on scientific knowledge as of 1928, when the story was published. Select one such topic of interest to you and research it to see what scientists believe about it today. Report your findings and indicate if current scientific belief supports or refutes the facts presented in the story.

Research the Renaissance Era and write a brief summary of the most important dates and historical figures associated with this era.

Consult reference books or an online encyclopedia to answer the following two questions. What sort of government does Poland have today? Do the embattled...

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