Murdered by communists in Lublin Castle in 1949, the whereabouts of Henryk Wieliczko’s body remained unknown for six decades.
Found hidden in a shoebox by the soldier’s grandson, the majority of the 69 previously unseen photographs in the collection depict the life of the German occupiers in Lublin, showing amongst others their daily work, life in the barracks, integration events and walks through the city.
Praising the library for ‘probably being the greenest library in Europe’, the A' Design Award judges said: “It is a project inspired by nature, ecology and the idea of sustainable development.
Having built his first robot at the age of three, teenager Kamil Wroński has now founded his own firm to develop a pioneering solar tracker.
After a grueling 1,350km journey to reach Lublin, Olena Pictured) and her sons were taken to the city’s Medical University where they were treated by Professor Robert Rejdak (pictured).
After initially refusing to leave his home in Kharkiv, Leonid Stanislavskyi reluctantly changed his mind after Russian bombing forced him to stop playing and he embarked upon his journey to Poland.
Initially intended to showcase 60 of the artist’s paintings, Poland’s first ever monographic exhibition of her work entitled “Tamara de Lempicka. A Woman on a Journey”, has taken on a new relevancy in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Andrzej Duda, the president of Poland, in a letter on Wednesday commemorated the 80th anniversary of the deportation of Jews during Aktion Reinhardt.
Poland is finalising preparations for a centre near the eastern city of Lublin to coordinate humanitarian aid, both for those in need in Ukraine and for Ukrainian refugees in Poland, the head of the Government Strategic Reserves Agency (RARS) said on Saturday.
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.