Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), investigating Nazi German and communist crimes against Poles will start, in January 2020, cooperation with the US National Archives in research on documents from World War II and from the communist regime in Poland.
Hearings in a defamation lawsuit against historians Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski, co-authors of the book, "Night Without an End", launched before a Warsaw district court on Tuesday.
Experts from Poland's Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) will search for the remains of Polish victims of the Soviet regime in Western Ukraine, the Polish embassy in Kiev said on Friday.
The Institute for National Remembrance which investigates WWII and Communist-era crimes against the Polish State, will be the world's only institution to use the FBI’s advanced CODIS system, which enables comparisons of genetic profiles, for identifying victims of totalitarianism.
The Polish Operation orchestrated by NKVD monster Nikolai Yezhov was the largest killing of Poles in history outside of any armed conflict.
The package, containing not just plain text, but also movies, pictures, quizzes and games was prepared with Polonia in mind, with materials for both teachers and students.
Poles encouraged to light candles in memory of those killed in communist crack down.
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.
This week in the British House of Commons there was a debate on the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) law (the “Polish anti-Defamation law”). The debate was called for by the Labour MP for Leeds North West, Alex Sobel, who is of Jewish descent.
The Prime Minister’s Chancellery received a letter on Monday signed by 50 Polish Righteous Among the Nations, which contained an appeal to the parliaments and governments of Israel and Poland to return to dialogue and reconciliation, PAP was informed by the Government Information Centre (CIR).