Described by critics as “beautifully written and meticulously researched”, the Light in Hidden Places “captures the extraordinary story of one of history's hidden heroes.” TFN’s Stuart Dowell takes a closer look at the extraordinary story of Holocaust heroine Stefania Podgórska.
The Estonian parliament in a Wednesday resolution condemned Russia's attempts to burden Poland with co-responsibility for the outbreak of World War Two. The Russian ambassador to Estonia has called the resolution "blasphemous."
Risking everything Irena Sendler saved thousands of Jewish children from the murderous clutches of the Holocaust in occupied Warsaw.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said in Oświęcim, southern Poland, on Monday that "we remember" that Poland and the Polish people were the victims of WWII, and that Nazi Germany authored, planned and implemented the Holocaust in Poland and in other places.
The Polish Senate (upper house) on Friday unanimously backed a resolution protesting against Russian accusations of Poland's collaboration with Nazi Germany and complicity in the outbreak of World War Two.
The Russian Defence Ministry on Friday accused Poland's World War Two Home Army (AK) resistance of exterminating Jews and Ukrainians in Warsaw prior to the city's 1945 liberation by the Red Army.
Using his name and fame, Dariusz Popiela organised the restoration of the cemetery in Grybów and helps teach youngsters about the past. During the war the town was the location of a ghetto into which the Germans packed Grybów’s Jewish population and Jews from neighbouring towns before sending them to the notorious Bełżec death camp.
Poland will not give up on retrieving Portrait of a Young Man by Italian painter Raphael Santi, stolen by the Germans during the Second World War, Deputy Culture Minister Magdalena Gawin told Polska The Times newspaper.
The fragments of the V-2 rocket, short for Vergeltungswaffen 2, which translates as Retribution Weapon 2 and was the world’s first long-range guided ballistic missile, were found near the village of Niwiska.
The ‘Teraz ’43’ project gives new life to haunting images of those in forced into the Ghetto.