PM Mateusz Morawiecki and Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro on Sunday attended National Cursed Soldiers Remembrance Day observations on the site of a former notorious communist prison in Warsaw.
President Andrzej Duda, Defence Minister Mariusz Błaszczak and other high officials attended Sunday's National Cursed Soldiers Remembrance Day observations in Warsaw's Piłsudskiego Square.
High state officials, including the president and prime minister, commemorated Poland's Cursed Soldiers anti-communist underground in Friday observances marking Cursed Soldiers National Remembrance Day (Mar. 1). Commemorations of the Cursed Soldiers took place countrywide.
To mark the official ceremonies around the National Day of Remembrance for the Cursed Soldiers, our host @paddyney takes viewers on a special journey back in time to a world in which WWII DOESN’T end in 1945. What follows is a bloody guerrilla battle between Poland’s Home Army and the Communist authorities determined to stamp out democracy in Stalin’s new empire. In this episode find out why the Polish Home Army continued to fight against communism, discover the horrific conditions in which Resistance fighters were tortured, interrogated and murdered by communists, and visit the Museum in Warsaw dedicated to remembering political prisoners under communism.
A ceremonial roll call at the at the Pantheon of the Independence Underground Soldiers in Warsaw's Powazki Cemetery inaugurated nation-wide commemorations of the Cursed Soldiers National Remembrance Day observed on March 1.
The rusted firearms are thought to have belonged to anti-communist partisans who waged a guerrilla war against state forces for a number of years after 1945.
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.
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.