Beginning his fascination with borders from an early age, since embarking on his book, Lewis Baston has visited all four corners of Poland as well as several smaller border towns in his quest to explain the history of the country’s borders.
A 21-year-old Polish woman has been stabbed to death near a school in the London borough of South Ealing, police said on Wednesday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, said he will try to convince his British counterpart to freeze more assets belonging to Russian oligarchs.
Created by a Lublin-based team, the dual-language app guides users through 15 locations connected to the government-in-exile that was formed following the outbreak of WWII.
A 27-year-old man has been arrested over the fatal stabbing of a Polish man in London, the second arrest in the case, London's Metropolitan Police announced on Saturday.
A 13-year-old boy has been charged with stabbing a Pole to death in London, British police announced on Friday.
Born on the 27th of October 1898 in Kielce, Józef Hartman’s significant role in training and mentoring the young Polish soldiers who had volunteered for the special undercover mission, came soon after his arrival to Great Britain in 1940.
In this episode of The Debrief, we find out more about a Polish film dating from the 1930s which has just been unearthed at the German Bundesarchiv in Berlin.
Piotr Ostrowski, director of the Workshop of Museum of Stained Glass said: “In his wildest dreams, the artist hoped to show himself to a wider public, but starting out from Kraków, he didn’t have a chance, he was limited by the provincialism of the town and lack of support from Poland, which didn’t exist on the map. For us, this showing is an incredibly exciting moment.”
Made in 1931 by surrealist Warsaw artists Stefan and Franciszka Themerson, the anti-fascist film ‘Europa’ was intended to reflect an atmosphere of horror and all-pervading societal decline as Hitler rose to power in Germany.