Plaque

Sir Joseph Rotblat

Erection date: 6/11/2017

Inscription

Sir Joseph Rotblat, KCMG, CBE, FRS (1908 - 2005) one of Poland's finest sons, worked here. Co-founder of the Pugwash Conferences. Nobel Peace Prize 1995.
Embassy of the Republic of Poland in conjunction with Polish Heritage Society UK.

Site: Sir Joseph Rotblat (1 memorial)

WC1, Great Russell Street, Museum Mansions

The Rotblat plaque is on the UK offices of the Pugwash organisation. The blue plaque on the building at the left of our photo is John Nash terrace

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Sir Joseph Rotblat

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Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs

International organization that brings together scholars and public figures t...

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Sir Joseph Rotblat

Born Warsaw. gained a doctorate in physics in 1939 and then came to the UK bu...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Sir Joseph Rotblat

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Embassy of the Republic of Poland

Located at 47 Portland Place.

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Polish Heritage Society

Exists to remember, record and propagate among the wider British public the c...

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