Mikołaj Wozniak from Gniezno hopes to raise public awareness of Poland’s historical musical traditions in a more accessible way, bringing it to people in Poland and abroad who are unfamiliar with the subject. From next week, all films will also have English subtitles.
Built by the Galicia Jewish Museum, the free photography app showcases rare snapshots of Jewish life beyond the parameters of the Holocaust.
It is not Poland, the victim of World War II, that must "overcome its history" in order not to upset relations with Germany, Polish deputy foreign minister Szymon Szynkowski vel Sek wrote in an article posted on Thursday on the Brussels-based portal Politico.
BBC, on Saturday, presented a programme about August Agboola Browne, a Nigeria-born jazz musician, thought to have been the only black participant in the Polish defence war in September 1939 and the only black participant in the 1944 Warsaw Uprising.
Barbara Wojnarowska was saved from the hell of the Warsaw Uprising only to land in hell on earth. Auschwitz. As a little girl Barbara fell into the hands of the so-called 'Angel of Death' Dr Josef Mengele. A warped, sadistic crusader for the Nazi's racial insanity, Mengele subjected his victims to cruel and pointless experiments. Barbara was one of the children he choose to torture.
TFN takes a pictorial look back at Poland’s most famous cycling race.
The 28th European Heritage Days (EHD) will take place in Poland over the next two weekends on Sept. 12-13 and Sept. 19-20. The organisers have planned close to 600 events throughout Poland under the slogan "Moja Droga" (My Way).
After months of meticulous research, author Sylwia Winnik gathered together eight accounts of children who spent part of their childhood in the German prison in occupied Warsaw for her new book Dzieci z Pawiaka (The Children from Pawiak). TFN’s Stuart Dowell met her to find out more.
Just a few centimetres long with a visible snout and ears, the figurines were discovered at the settlement from around 3,500 years ago encircled by a monumental stone wall – which captured researchers’ interests because it is the oldest of its kind in this part of Europe.
In response to articles appearing in Newsweek and the Onet news portal recalling the memories of a Red Army doctor held in a POW camp which he describes as ‘hell on earth’, in a three-page letter to the CEO of Ringier Axel Springer Media, Morawiecki said that ‘no one is allowed to relativize history’ and ‘we cannot allow the true picture of this war to be distorted.’