They were built to last for centuries but instead many statues soon found themselves on the artistic scrapheap owing to a change in politics.
On the 100th anniversary of Poland regaining independence, TFN’s Paddy Ney hits the streets of Warsaw to bring you live coverage of the celebrations as they happen.
In an in-depth interview TFN's Patrick Ney talks with Wojciech Kozłowski, director of the Pilecki Institute, about Poland's complicated and painful past and its influence on the present.
Sinfonia Varsovia has announced the results of the ‘Warsaw Polonaise for Niepodległa’ (independent Poland) composer’s contest.
Polish WWII hero captain Witold Pilecki was the personification of the struggle for an independent Poland, President Andrzej Duda said on Friday.
Amid bitter controversy over its World War II history, Poland will on Friday commemorate the 70th anniversary of the death of Captain Witold Pilecki, one of the country’s most celebrated heroes.
A row over moving a statue to the victims of the 1940 Katyń massacre, in which over 20,000 Polish elite were slain by Stalin’s murderous secret police, has gone from a local spat to an increasingly international show of support for New Jersey’s Polish émigré community.