While the history of Poland’s fight for independence is littered with tales of male heroism, the role played by women has been left somewhat in the shadows. TFN’s Magda Dercz takes a look back at the extraordinary achievements of the women, without whom, Poland’s history may have turned out very differently.
Planned to be the tallest statue ever built in Poland, following the outbreak of WWII it remained hidden in a museum basement, until now.
At this week’s Cyber Security Conference in Kraków, TFN’s Matt Day caught up with Dermot Turing, guest of honour and nephew of Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing, for a chat about his uncle’s work and the vital role of Polish codebreakers in helping to end the war.
August 15th marks the 98th anniversary of one of the most important battles in history - the day Poland beat back Lenin’s Red Army and saved Europe from Bolshevism
The 12th May 2018 saw the anniversary of the death of two of Poland’s greatest military heroes. The first is Marshal Józef Piłsudski, who was responsible for Poland regaining its independence 100 years ago.