Testimonies by former inmates of the Ravensbruck Nazi-German concentration camp for women are a priceless gift for future generations, First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda said on Sunday at the camp's memorial site in Brandenburg, eastern Germany.
Poland's President Andrzej Duda on Friday nominated ten heritage sites as Monuments of History.
It was the Germans' intention and plan to destroy the Jewish nation, Polish President Andrzej Duda said in Warsaw on Thursday during state observances marking the 75th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
The 6th edition of the "Daffodils" educational campaign devoted to the World War Two Warsaw Ghetto Uprising as well as a commemorative concert will mark the approaching 74th anniversary of the 1943 revolt (April 19).
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and President Andrzej Duda on Friday remembered the victims of the World War II Katyn Forest Massacre.
Some 12,000 Jewish and Polish youth took part in this year's March of the Living on the site of the former Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi death camp to honour Holocaust victims. The march ended with a ceremony in the Auschwitz camp's Birkenau section.
An exhibition devoted to Henryk Slawik, a Polish social activist who together with a Hungarian official helped Jews and POWs in Budapest, opened Wednesday in the Polish Sejm (lower house of parliament).
Tuesday marked the 78th anniversary of the 1940 Katyn Forest Massacre of around 22,000 Polish army officers, policemen and members of the intelligentsia by the Soviet security agency NKVD. Most of the executions took place in the Katyn Forest in west Russia.
Polish deputy Foreign Minister Marek Magierowski on Wednesday presented UNESCO Memory of the World certificates to National Remembrance Institute (IPN) and Central Military Archives officials to confirm the inclusion of documents they keep in a UNESCO register.
Residents of the eastern Polish city of Lublin commemorated the 1942 liquidation of its Jewish ghetto on Saturday by walking the route along which the Germans led Jews to a local railway siding, from where they were deported to the Belzec German death camp.