There is no place for monuments glorifying the actions of the Red Army, the head of the Polish president's International Policy Bureau has said.
The Empty Frames campaign that aims to remind people about Polish works of art and culture stolen during World War II by both the German and Soviet occupiers, will see, among other things, special plaques providing information about Polish war losses in culture placed in 12 cities across Poland.
Russia’s ambassador to Poland Sergey Andreev was pelted with the red substance after arriving at a Warsaw cemetery to pay respects to Red Army soldiers who died during WWII.
Billboards showing scenes from the Russia-Ukrainian war will appear at Warsaw's Soviet Military Mausoleum on May 9, celebrated by Russia as the day of the Red Army's victory over Nazi Germany.
Polish officials marked the 82nd anniversary of the massacre of Polish POWs by the Soviet secret police NKVD on Wednesday, with the Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, urging for the crime of Katyn not to be forgotten.
Alexander Guryanov, Polish Programme Coordinator at the now-banned Memorial rights group investigating Soviet crimes, was detained during an anti-war protest in Moscow on Sunday.
A Red Army memorial has been demolished in the north-western Polish city of Koszalin by unidentified perpetrators, the police have reported.
Occurring on the night of February 9th and 10th 1940, around 140,000 Poles were roused from their sleep in the first of four wartime deportation actions that would see several hundred thousand forcibly exiled from their ancestral home.
In this episode of The Debrief, we are in the newly opened Sybir Memorial Museum in the city of Białystok, which aims to highlight centuries of Russian and Soviet deportations to Siberia.
The building in the centre of Augustów in north-east Poland was used by the NKVD and the Communist secret police to hold and interrogate victims of the 1945 Augustów Roundups, known as the little Katyń.