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Izabella Trojanowska (10 July 1929 in Gdynia – 21 April 1995) was a Polish journalist writing for Dziennik Bałtycki (The Baltic Daily), Kashubia and Pomerania. She was also a translator of Kashubian texts into Polish (e.g. Alojzy Nagel's:Matka przyroda i jej dzieci : bajki kaszubskie, 1981) and wrotes about Kashubian embroidery. She was the president of Kashubian-Pomeranian Association in the years 1980-1983.
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