On September 1933, the legendary Polish frigate Dar Pomorza left Gdynia on its winter trip to check on Polish colonies with shores on the Atlantic. All but one of its 56 cadets would return home, though. Miśko Molnár, the first Czechoslovak sailor in Poland, died before the end of the trip. What can we learn about Cornwall and the world by looking at the story of one ship? And how has Falmouth kept up with the demand for more space on its Victorian cemetery?

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