JULIAN EUGENIUSZ KULSKI
The main character of the film , “Goliath – the forgotten hero”, the son of Julian Spitoslaw Kulski, the commissar president of Warsaw.
In the film he shares with viewers his memories of the Warsaw Uprising and his father.
From 1941 he was a member of the underground in the ranks of the ZWZ/AK as pseud. “Chojniacki” and “Goliath. Participant in the Warsaw Uprising in Zoliborz. Awarded the Cross of Valor and the Silver Cross for bravery and courage in combat. After being liberated by the Americans from the prisoner-of-war camp to which he was sent after the fall of the Uprising, he made his way to England in May 1945. There, he began his high school education and then took up architectural studies at Oxford. After three years, he moved to the United States, where he began studying architecture at Yale University, graduating with a degree in 1953.
In 1966, he received his doctorate from the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology. He worked at the University of Notre Dame, George Washington University and Howard University in Washington, among others. For more than six decades, he coordinated more than three thousand architectural projects in the US and around the world.