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Droga Droga (meaning "Road" in English) was a monthly magazine dedicated to literary and social topics. It was published in Nazi-occupied Warsaw from December 1943 to April 1944. Its founders were Ewa Pohoska and Juliusz Garztecki.
Wielka droga The plot spans from shortly before the outbreak of World War II to its end. In the city of Lwow (PL) in 1939 Adam and Irena fall in Love, but are separated by the outbreak of the war. Both are deported by the Soviets to Siberia, where they briefly meet again when signing up to the newly created Polish army. Again separated from Irena, Adam marches with the army from Siberia through the Middle East and fights on the Italian front line. During the battle of Monte Cassino he gets wounded when participating in the first assault, temporarily losing his eyesight. In the military hospital a nurse finds his diary and, initially in the intent to relieve his suffering, later from romantic affection towards him, pretends to be his fiance Irena. This, however, is ended when the real Irena arrives. Adam recovers from his wounds and, after the Polish victory at Monte Cassino, follows the army together with Irena to northern Italy, where they settle after the end of the war. In this film the plot serves as a framework for original footage taken by the army during the war. The name of the film, Wielka Droga, means 'The Great Way', referring to the march from Poland through Siberia and the Middle East to Northern Italy. This is the only film showing the Polish participation in the Italian Campaign (World War II).
David Droga Droga grew up in Sydney, Australia, the fifth of six children. He married his wife, Marisa, in 1998. They live in Manhattan with their four children.
Wielka droga Wielka droga is a 1946 Polish film directed by Michał Waszyński.
Droga Oporu Droga Oporu is the sixth album of Polish punk rock band Włochaty. It has been recorded in "Kosmos" studio in Szczecin.
David Droga Droga was promoted to Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi London in 1999. In 2002, "Advertising Age" awarded Droga the World's Top Creative Director. Saatchi & Saatchi London won Global Agency of the Year at the Cannes International Advertising Festival and both "Advertising Age" and "Adweek" named Saatchi Agency of the Year.
David Droga In 2003, Droga moved to New York City to take a job as the first Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of the Publicis Network.
David Droga Droga will receive the Lion of St. Mark, the Cannes Lions’ Lifetime Achievement Award for 2017, during this year’s Cannes Lions festival ceremony, on June 24.
Głęboka Droga Głęboka Droga is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Przysucha, within Przysucha County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland. It lies approximately south of Przysucha and south of Warsaw.
David Droga David Droga (b. 1968) is an Australian advertising executive and the founder of Droga5, an advertising agency headquartered in New York City. Since founding the agency in 2006, Droga has served as its creative chairman.