Survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau have gathered to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi German death camp in the final months of World War Two.
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.
The Ukrainian Air Force said it would support the investigation into Tuesday's missile explosion in Poland "as much as possible".
Entitled Honey Cakes and Latkes: Recipes from the Old World, the cookbook is not about what prisoners were forced to eat in the camp but rather an affirmation of life, before and after the camp, told through the unifying medium of food recipes.
One of Poland’s major chroniclers of the Holocaust, Posmysz survived three years in German captivity to become an award-winning journalist and author.
The museum said that social media posts claiming to show anti-Russian stickers placed around the site of the former WWII German death camp were fake and a ‘manipulation.’
Staff at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial Museum were carrying out preservation work on the thousands of relics in its collection when they came across the extraordinary discovery.
Poland's ambassador to the US has protested against the use of the term "Poland’s concentration camps" in a CNN report.
Disguised as an electric stove, the Phillips radio was discovered under a removable floor tile below an old wardrobe at the address used by legendary underground courier Jan Karski.
At today’s handover at the Treblinka death camp memorial museum, IPN chief Dr Karol Nawrocki said that the objects “are not just evidence of the crimes committed by the Germans but also evidence of victory over amnesia.”