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.
A Remembrance March in Krakow (southern Poland) on Sunday commemorated the 75th anniversary of the liquidation of the Krakow ghetto.
For me the events of March 1968 symbolise the path to freedom and solidarity. For Poles who fought for freedom they should be a cause of pride, not shame, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday. The 50th anniversary of the March '68 events falls on Thursday.
Lawyer Rafal Lemkin, German-descended Catholic priest Adalbert Zink and Armenian genocide witness Armin T. Wegner have been honoured with Righteous 2018 titles, Warsaw Garden of the Righteous Committee head Zbigniew Gluza informed on Sunday.
The 6th edition of the Wolf's Trail commemorational run in honour of Poland's post-war Cursed Soldiers anti-communist underground set off on Sunday morning from the Warsaw Citadel.
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin visited Poland on Saturday to attend a ceremony commemorating Ukrainian soldiers killed by the Polish underground in 1945.
As the Cursed Soldiers never accepted a Poland which was not truly free, sovereign and independent, they bravely stood against the treacherous Yalta Agreement, which put Poland in the hands of the Soviets, President Andrzej Duda said Thursday.
The National Library is a priceless treasury of Polish and European intellectual heritage and an extremely important pillar of statehood and culture, President Andrzej Duda said at a Monday gala marking the 90th anniversary of the Polish National Library.
Consul Konstanty Rokicki issued more than 1,000 false Paraguayan passports to about 2,000 Polish Jews in the 1940s, stated the Polish embassy in Bern on Twitter.