A high-living bon vivant, Karol Jaroszyński’s youth was characterised by wild spending and long nights in Europe’s most glamorous casinos. And then he literally broke the bank of Monte Carlo by winning 774 kilos of gold at the roulette table.
Inflation and a challenging economic situation in Poland have spurred 83 percent of citizens to cut their spending, a survey has shown.
There have been no eye-catching headlines or sensational leads in Dutch media such as those that have emblazoned Polish media promoting Ekke Overbeek. And his "irrefutable," "nuclear" proof incriminating the pope was treated reservedly, even critically.
Adding the mysterious handwritten notes into a book about the murder of 1990s model Agnieszka Kotlarska, the killer tried to wriggle out of responsibility for the slaying claiming it was an accident.
The Polish-English book “Auschwitz Bauleitung. Designing a Death Camp” sets out in shocking detail how the full potential of German technology and industry took part in building the death apparatus that claimed the lives of 1.3 million victims.
Joining the Hollywood A-lister on her online book club, Tokarczuk’s interview was liked 7,000 times by Nat’s Book club followers and over 70,000 times on the actress’s main Instagram platform.
After launching an inquiry into the book’s origins, on Wednesday Poland’s culture minister Piotr Glinski said it had not been looted.
The Polish Foreign Ministry has launched an inquiry into the history of a book presented to Pope Francis by Emmanuel Macron, the French president.
During a private audience, Macron gifted the head of the Church the first French edition of Immanuel Kant's late 18th-century book Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch which some believe may have been looted during WWII.
Entitled Ocalona z Auschwitz [Saved from Auschwitz], award-winning author Nina Majewska-Brown said she was inspired to write the novelisation after being contacted by the couple’s granddaughter who wanted the story to reach a wider audience.