The wounds inflicted by the Germans on Poles are still alive today, German Ambassador to Poland Arndt Freytag von Loringhoven said recounting World War Two in a Wednesday interview for PAP. He also supported plans to erect a memorial to Polish war victims in Berlin.
The memorial commemorates the Polish “Few” and the 1,900 Poles who lost their lives in the air war.
A three-metre high memorial to Polish soldiers who took part in the liberation of Berlin in1945 was unveiled on Tuesday in the city's Charlottenburg district.
Evelyn Fine plans to lay two stolpersteine, brass-faced cobblestones that contain the name, date of birth and, when available, the date and location of death and location of death, outside the old family home which still stands in Grajewo in memory of her great-grandparents who lived there.
Warsaw Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski has declared the city's help in restoring a memorial to Polish and US national hero Tadeusz Kosciuszko, located in front to the White House in Washington DC.
The memorial plaque, the flag design of which is a reference to the Polish flag that Polish soldiers raised on the Victory Column in Berlin’s Tiergarten on 2 May 1945, will be mounted on the city’s Polytechnic where the First Tadeusz Kościuszko Infantry Division finally broke the fierce resistance of the Germans defending the building.
Polish President Andrzej Duda laid flowers on Friday at Warsaw's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in tribute to more than 20,000 Polish prisoners of war executed by the NKVD Soviet secret police in Katyn, western Russia, and other locations in the spring of 1940.
The Ringelblum Archive provided historians with first-hand accounts and evidence of the horrors perpetrated against the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto.
The Partisans Memorial, a sculpture depicting Polish WWII underground soldiers was unveiled after 12 years in Boston, the Boston Herald daily announced on Tuesday.
US-visiting President Andrzej Duda and First Lady Agata Kornhauser-Duda on Wednesday laid flowers at the Katyń Memorial in Jersey City, which commemorates 22,000 Polish POWs mass-executed by the Soviets in April and May 1940 in west Russia's Katyń Forest.