Class of '41: Inspiring Polish servicemen and women commended by Cambridge

02 March 2011

Language testing experts from Cambridge University paid homage to the thousands of Polish servicemen and women who took English language examinations during the 1940s at a ceremony in London earlier this month.

The event, held at the Sikorski Museum, marked the 70th anniversary of the first Polish student sitting a Cambridge English examination in the UK. A former archbishop, a minister of justice and a Professor of law at Oxford University were just some of alumni identified from this period.

Read the full story on the Cambridge English Language Assessment website