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Remembering History
October 26, 2012   
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David Ruzic, an American professor specializing in plasma engineering, chats with Jolanta Wolska.

What brings you to Warsaw?
The potential to work with a Polish company to do research on plasma technology.

How do Polish businessmen compare with those in other countries?
Until now I hadn’t met any Polish businessmen. I would say that a true Polish businessman is a cross between a German and a Russian businessman: German efficiency and rigor, with a dose of Russian dynamics and friendliness. What both Polish and Russian businessmen in the science field seem to have in common is a “can do” spirit.

What has surprised you about the city the most?
The fact that the old city was rebuilt to look exactly like it was before World War II.

You seem fascinated with Polish history.
Military history is a hobby of mine, especially World War II. To experience and feel it first hand here is incredible. Poles are a very heroic people. The animosity towards Russians and Germans is evident in people’s attitudes. The plaques on many buildings throughout Warsaw commemorating the Poles killed during the war show that people do not want to forget.

Do you like Polish beer?
Yes, especially Okocim, because it has better drinkability and a really good flavor. I could drink it all day.
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