From discos to bat sanctuaries and art galleries, old bomb shelters have seen a renaissance across Poland.
The Sejm, the lower house of the Polish parliament, passed a resolution on Wednesday urging Germany to accept political, historical, legal and financial responsibilities for starting World War Two.
The mistakes made during World War II should not be repeated in the case of Ukraine, Poland's prime minister wrote in an article for the Sunday edition of the US daily Chicago Tribune.
Poland's prime minister has written in Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung daily that a war reparations claim his government has sent Berlin is to compensate for German crimes committed against the Polish nation that "must never be forgotten."
There is no statute of limitations on the crime of looting a country's cultural heritage, Piotr Glinski, the Polish culture minister, has said.
Signed on this day 83-years ago, the agreement sealed Poland’s fate and would directly lead the world to war.
Coinciding with the 78th anniversary of the Wola Massacre, a new exhibition organised by the Warsaw Rising Museum has opened examining the role of its primary perpetrator, Heinz Reinefarth, and his subsequent escape from justice.
United by the slogan ‘Honour and Glory to the Heroes’ the series is divided into two types of posters - one depicting colourised photos showing scenes from 78 years ago, while the second group are portraits of living insurgents holding their own wartime photographs.
WWII material losses sustained by Warsaw have been estimated at over PLN 380 billion (EUR 80.8 billion), a ruling party MP has told PAP.
Poland's Embassy in Dublin has tweeted a rebuttal to allegations carried in an Irish newspaper that Poland collaborated with Nazi Germany during the Second World War.