A website developed by Polish programmers allows anyone anywhere in the world to message cellphones and email addresses of random Russian individuals and companies, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.
Elżbieta and Italian friend Andrea had been cycling along the beach in the seaside resort of Łeba when they spotted the clear glass bottle with a floral print and the note inside. She later said: “When I started reading this my heart almost broke. I couldn't help but cry.”
Builders stumbled upon the bottle during renovations at the city’s Central Train Station. Inside was a handwritten note referring to the tragic 1970 protests which led to over 40 deaths.
President Andrzej Duda, on Twitter on Monday evening, wrote that he wished British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a speedy recovery. Johnson is currently in intensive care in London suffering from coronavirus.
Written by an AK soldier in the camp the messages provide priceless information on the workings of one of the Nazi’s most notorious facilities.
Julia threw her bottled message into the Baltic after hearing tales of sailors on the high seas from her uncle. After not hearing anything back she assumed it had been lost to the waves. But then the surprised 7-year-old received a package.