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.
The note, of which only 55,000 have been printed0 and which costs 85zł, is adorned with the face of the Prime Minister of the day Ignacy Jan Paderewski.
The Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW) have signed a contract with Banco de Guatemala for the production of five and 10 quetzales banknotes. Production will start this year, the company announced.
The First News attends ‘double moving’ ceremony at the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW) in honour of former employees Czesław and Helena Lech who were awarded the Righteous Among Nations medal. The event also remembered the 74th anniversary of the taking and defence of the strategically-placed PWPW building.
Episode 2 in a series of short videos about the Warsaw Uprising sees British Vlogger Patrick Ney at the building of the Polish Security Printing Works (PWPW) in Warsaw, which played a key role in preventing the Germans from accessing the Old Town.