The ‘Teraz ’43’ project gives new life to haunting images of those in forced into the Ghetto.
A two-day international conference devoted to the fate of Poland's Jews in the early years of the country's World War II occupation by Nazi Germany will set off in Warsaw on Monday.
The horror discovery was made at the site of the lesser-known Treblinka I forced labour camp where around 20,000 people were imprisoned of which around 10,000 died from exhaustion, injury or execution.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki on Monday commemorated Nazi Germany's World War II Aktion Erntefest, which saw the mass shooting of over 18,000 Jews at the Majdanek concentration camp in Lublin, eastern Poland.
The victims of Nazi Germany's World War II Aktion Erntefest, which saw the mass shooting of 18,000 Jews at the Majdanek concentration camp in Lublin (eastern Poland), was remembered by ceremonies in the city on the event's 76 anniversary on Sunday.
On the 76th anniversary of her death at Auschwitz-Birkenau on October 23, 1943, TFN’s Stuart Dowell looks back at the mysterious case of Franceska Mann.
Used to hold French and later Polish officers, the 140 metre tunnel in northwest Poland makes it even longer than the one at the Stalag Luft III camp made famous by the film The Great Escape.
While the seven episode WWII mini-series by Peter Bowker includes action and historic battles, such as the Siege of Warsaw, Dunkirk, and the Battle of Britain, the focus of the story is on the characters and how their lives change against the backdrop of great human tragedy.
The soldier whose remains were discovered this week may well have died on 2 September, on the second day of the attack, during shelling by German aviation, Polish authorities have suggested.
Teenager Renia Spiegal kept her diary detailing life under brutal Nazi rule going until she was shot dead by German troops in July 1942 after they found her hiding in an attic.