VIDEO: Coloured using a pioneering technique, the six-minute film titled simply ‘Warsaw 1915 In Colour’ is a stunning work that captures both the excitement and trepidation that greeted the early stages of the First World War.
In January 1915, the German high command sent a special, recently formed sapper regiment to Bolimów situated between Łódź and Warsaw, where they fired 18,000 shells filled with Xylyl bromide, or tear gas.
The graves contain bodies of soldiers killed in battles between the Austro-Hungarian and Russian empires.
After hearing rumours about a mass grave where 62 soldiers killed during the 1915 Battle of Opatów fell, members of the Świętokrzyska Exploration Group along with WWI military expert Marek Lis have embarked upon an historical detective hunt to give the soldiers the resting place they deserve.
TFN looks at the startling work of Jakub Różalski, and the inspiration that lies behind it.
The exhibition explores the life of the illustrator and political artist, whose career covered almost 50 turbulent years.
Ceremonies marking the 101st anniversary of the Wielkopolskie Uprising, in which Poles regained territory from the Germans after World War I, were held in Poznan, capital of the western Wielkopolskie province, on Saturday.
Using maps, animation and audio, the app guides users through eight tumultuous years in the history of Poland.
TFN’s Jacek Borowski looks back on the amazing life of aristocrat, art connoisseur, modernist painter and solider Józef Czapski.
Exhibition lifts the lid on Warsaw’s first German occupation, long overshadowed by the tragic and bloody events of the second.