had full working rights since Poland's EU accession in 2004. Polish composers from this period focused on baroque religious music, concertos for voices, instruments, and basso continuo, a tradition that continued into the 18th century. A b c Ibidem,. The Russian government in Poland: with a narrative of the Polish Insurrection of 1863. Northern Poles Main articles: Chełmno Land, Dobrzyń Land, Krajna, and Royal Prussia Groups intermediate between Greater Poles and Mazurs (but closer to Greater Poles are Chełmniacy and Dobrzyniacy (who live in the lands of Chełmno and Dobrzyń as well as Lubawiacy (in the land. Another group are Poborzanie in the areas of Mława and Zawkrze. 95 Historically, there were also smaller communities of Hungarians, Russians, Walloons, French, Italians and others. Another 300 research-and-development institutes are home to some 10,000 researchers. Polish actors and actresses that achieved great success overseas, mostly in Hollywood, include Bella Darvi, Pola Negri, Ross Martin, Ingrid Pitt, Ned Glass, Lee Strasberg, Izabella Scorupco, Paul Wesley and John Bluthal.
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Several prominent Israeli statesmen were born in Poland, including Israel's founder David Ben-Gurion, former President of Israel Shimon Peres, and Prime Ministers Yitzhak Shamir and Menachem Begin. The period was based on two concepts. But Upper Silesia remained majority Polish-speaking. The wieszcz functioned as spiritual leader to the suppressed people. Polish-speakers use the language in a uniform manner throughout most of Poland, though numerous languages and dialects coexist alongside the standard Polish language. Only Eastern Pomeranians preserved their Slavic ethnicity, and are commonly known as Kashubians today.