The remains of three Polish presidents-in-exile will be brought to Poland from a military cemetery in the UK in November.
Around 50 graves were damaged when a sinkhole opened up beneath them in a cemetery in the southern Polish town of Trzebinia on Tuesday morning.
A memorial site with tombs of Polish World War Two Home Army (AK) soldiers in north-western Belarus is being levelled to the ground by the Minsk regime services, Lukasz Jasina, a Polish Foreign Ministry spokesman, said on Thursday.
Dentists from Katowice who examined the teeth of six people ‘rejected by society’ and accused of being ‘vampires’, found their gnashers were in ‘good condition’.
The memorial, in the western village of Mikuliszki, consisted of the remains of the wartime headquarters of a Polish Home Army unit whose members died in combat in the area in 1944.
Poland's foreign ministry has raised concerns over the increasing number of acts of vandalism against Polish memorial sites in Belarus.
Poland has officially protested against the removal by the Russian authorities of Polish flags from the Katyn war cemetery, a presidential official has said.
Beginning his fascination with borders from an early age, since embarking on his book, Lewis Baston has visited all four corners of Poland as well as several smaller border towns in his quest to explain the history of the country’s borders.
The Russian army's shelling of a Kharkiv cemetery containing the graves of victims of Stalinism was intentional, PAP's reporter in the city has said.
Where once many would have sought to defend such landmarks as valuable historic relics, it is Russia’s own actions that have seen this resistance significantly diluted, says TFN’s Alex Webber.