During the Second World War The Military Order of the Cross and the Sword combined Catholic moral principles with patriotism in the active struggle for independence. The role of enlarged strategically Poland was peaceful integration of Central Europe. They planned to follow rules of peaceful Catholic international cooperation. Anti- Christian systems of Germany and the USSR and materialistic western countries were not acceptable.
Dariusz Miszewski, Ph. D., a historian and a graduate of the University of Wrocław, adjunct in the International Relations faculty in the Institute of Political Science at the University of Zielona Góra (1999-2013), he specialized in the subjects of Polish-Czechoslovakian and Polish-Czech relations in the 20th and 21st century, national minorities in the Central Europe and Polish political thought of the 20th century.