Halina Czerny-Stefanska Origin/Culture/Country: Polish
Halina Czerny-Stefanska: was a renowned Polish pianist.She studied piano under her father, Stanislaw Szwarcenberg-Czerny, as well as with Alfred Cortot at the École Normale de Musique in Paris, and later with Józef Turczynski and Zbigniew Drzewiecki in Warsaw. She was a joint First Prize winner at the International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw in 1949, sharing this prize with Bella Davidovich. Her repertoire was restricted to few composers other than Frédéric Chopin and even her Chopin repertoire was not large. For example, she did not play the Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor live until 1951, and she never played the F minor concerto at all, as she did not like it. 
Halina Krahelska Origin/Culture/Country: Polish
Halina Krahelska: was a Polish activist, publicist and writer. Member of the Polish Socialist Party, arrested by the Russian authorities and deported to Russia, where she joined the Trudoviks and took part in the Russian Revolution of 1917. Afterwards she returned to independent Poland, where she became a socialist activist, particularly interested in the issues of social welfare (such as maternity leave), and an activist of the Democratic Party (Poland) (SD). She also wrote novels. During WWII she joined the Polish resistance (Armia Krajowa). Arrested by the Germans, she was sent to the Ravensbrück concentration camp, where she died. Before her death, she wrote several works in the concentration camp, some related to her experiences in the camp, others continuing her work as a socialist activist.
Halina Machulska Origin/Culture/Country: Polish
Halina Machulska: is a Polish theater, film and television actress.Machulska is the widow of theater director and actor, Jan Machulski, who died in 2008. The couple's son is Polish film director, Juliusz Machulski. Halina and her husband co-starred together in their son's 1987 film, Kingsajz.
Halina Szwarc Origin/Culture/Country: Polish
Halina Szwarc: was a member of the Polish resistance during the Second World War, working undercover first under the pseudonym Ryszard, then Jacek II. Postwar, she became a professor of medicine in gerontology, and in 1970/1971, the prorector of the Józef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw.In 1944, following her return to her home town of Lodz, she was arrested by the Gestapo. She was tortured and condemned to death by firing squad. Fortunately, the sentence was not carried out.
Halina Biegun Origin/Culture/Country: Polish
Halina Biegun: is a Polish luger who competed during the late 1970s. She won the bronze medal in the women's singles event at the 1976 FIL European Luge Championships in Hammarstrand, Sweden.
Martina Halinárová Origin/Culture/Country: Slovenia
Martina Halinárová: is a Slovakian biathlete.
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