THE EDUCATION OF YOUTH IN THE CADET CORPS IN THE SECOND POLISH REPUBLIC (1918?1939)Journal: THE SCIENTIFIC ISSUES OF TERNOPIL VOLODYMYR HNATIUK NATIONAL PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY. SERIES: PEDAGOGY (Vol.2015, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2015-12-20
Authors : CWER A.-M.;
Page : 143-148
Keywords : education; training; patriotism; defense; security; the army; society;
There has been studied the system of military education in the cadet corps ? “modern schools of chivalry” in Poland during 1918-1939. Cadet corps were well organized educational institutions that conducted proper training of young men for further studies in officer high schools. The article indicates that the main attention was paid to the formation of patriotism, strong character, sustained will, citizenship, discipline, and moral values in future officers of the Polish Army. It has been found out that cadet corps implemented a full comprehensive school curriculum, including general military training and physical education. They were an important link in the integrated system of education and training of future officers in the Second Polish Republic. In general, they formed the pattern of future worthy candidates for the civil service, which undoubtedly included a professional military figure ? an active and creative person, prepared to lead dynamic life and work in society.
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