TFN looks back at one of the first battles of Second World War: the fight for the Polish post office in Gdańsk.
Included among the international titles running the supplement are France's Le Figaro and L'Opinion, the US's Washington Post and Chicago Tribune, Germany's Die Welt, Spain's El Mundo, Belgium's Le Soir and Britain's Sunday Express.
Leading Portuguese weekly 'Expresso,' predicting recession in Europe, has pointed to Poland as a "world leader in economic growth" among developed countries, pointing out that since 1992, only Australia has kept up with Polish GDP growth.
The German BSH group will open a new plant in Łódź, central Poland, which will produce up to 3 million dishwashers annually. The official opening is planned for September 10.
Flowers were laid on Monday at a plaque honouring Home Army (AK) soldiers fighting against German troops in the Warsaw Uprising, who liberated the Warsaw concentration camp Gesiowka and freed around 350 Jews on August 5,1944.
Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz and his German counterpart Heiko Maas laid wreaths on Thursday at a monument in Warsaw commemorating the 'Wola Slaughter,' a massacre of civilians committed by Nazi German forces during the Warsaw Uprising.
Poles have a sense of injustice for the harm done as a result of World War II, Foreign Minister Jacek Czpautowicz said after talks in Warsaw on Wednesday with his German counterpart, Heiko Maas, who said Germans feel morally responsible for the war.
After the outbreak of war the athletic and multilingual Jerzy Iwanow-Szajnowicz helped Polish refugees in Thessaloniki but his talents were soon spotted by Polish and British intelligence. Following the German invasion of Greece, a British submarine transported him back to Greek territory where he would begin his remarkable career.
The American civil rights activist, Baptist minister, and politician Jesse Jackson will be the guest of honor at ceremonies marking Roma Genocide Remembrance Day, which will take place on August 2 at the former Nazi German Auschwitz II-Birkenau death camp.
Facing Kosovo, Germany and Israel in group 1 they were one of the favourites, yet they managed to get only five points, while Germany first in the group had 12. Out of six games, Poland won two, tied one and lost three.