to the ideals of its own predecessor (promoting organic work in the face of foreign occupation). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Przynależność wyznaniowa (National Survey 2011:.4 Membership in faith communities). 83 The Dadodesani or Dedosize (Dyadosans; Dziadoszanie) lived in areas near modern Głogów. 74 See also: Roman Catholicism in Poland, Slavic Native Faith in Poland, Polish National Catholic Church, Polish Orthodox Church, Polish Lutheran Church, Pentecostal Church in Poland, Baptist Union of Poland, and Polish Reformed Church Exonyms See also: Lechites Entrance. GUS, Narodowy Spis Powszechny Ludnosci 2011:.4. At the turn of the 10th and 11th centuries (c. . We can distinguish smaller ethnographic subdivisions among Greater Poles, for example the Pałuczanie, Biskupianie (near Krobia Bambrzy and Hanobrzy (descended from Polonized German settlers from the areas of Bamberg and Hanover Kaliszacy, Wieleń Mazurs, Szamotulanie, Gostynianie, and others. 61 These are triple time dances, while five-beat forms are more common in the northeast and duple-time dances like the krakowiak come from the south. World War II pushed many of them into exile; Benoit Mandelbrot 's family left Poland when he was still a child. Karol Badecki, "Pisma Jana Dzwonowskiego (16081625)." Archived 2 September 2012 at the Wayback Machine Wydawnictwa Akademii Umiejętności w Krakowie. In the second Romantic sub-period, after the November 1830 Uprising, many Polish Romantics worked abroad, driven from Poland by the occupying powers.