The northeastern Polish city of Bialystok held commemorations on Monday to mark the 75th anniversary of the start of the deportation process from the Bialystok Ghetto.
Poland may rest assured that Germany takes full responsibility for the Holocaust and will condemn the use of the term "Polish" in reference to Nazi death camps as historically false, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said in a statement on Saturday.
The punishment for using the phrase "Polish (concentration) camps" will apply in precisely defined situations and its aim is to prevent the defamation of Poland's good name; final evaluations will be made by courts, the Polish Foreign Ministry wrote on Saturday in a statement sent to PAP.
Deputy Culture Minister Jaroslaw Sellin declared on Thursday that the Polish government supported plans to commemorate the heroism of Poles saving Jews during the Second World War.
The patriots who fought in the 1863 January Uprising were objects of veneration in inter-war Poland, and the memory of the uprising was full of respect, President Andrzej Duda said during ceremonies marking the 155th anniversary of the revolt.
There would have been no free, independent, sovereign Poland without Wincenty Witos, President Andrzej Duda said on Sunday at a ceremony marking Witos's 144th birthday in his birthplace Wierzchoslawice in south Poland.
A Polish team looking for the wreckage of a Second World War Polish submarine accidentally came across the wreckage of British WWII submarine HMS Narwhal in spring last year. Now they plan to meet families of the crew members.
The US Embassy in Warsaw on Monday commemorated the 100th Anniversary of President Woodrow Wilson’s famous “Fourteen Points” address to the U.S. Congress, in which he notably called for Poland’s independence.
January 5 marks the 200th birth anniversary of Polish engineer Ernest Malinowski, known as the constructor of South America's Trans-Andean Railway, one of the highest-located rail routes in the world and a masterpiece of 19th-century engineering.
In 2017, 2.1 million people visited the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz, in southern Poland, the Auschwitz Museum reported on its website on Wednesday. This is 50,000 more than in 2016, when the number of visitors for the first time exceeded 2 milion.