It wasn’t just German troops that invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. The Slovaks also got in on the act.
A team set up at the Polish parliament's lower house (Sejm) to evaluate the country's war losses with a view to claiming reparations from Germany presented its preliminary calculations on Friday.
The Home Army decides to launch a series of attacks to secure a land bridge between the Old Town and the Centre. Their efforts take them underground.
In today’s short video about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney talks about the heavy loses on both sides of the fighting.
In today’s short video about the Warsaw Uprising, British vlogger Patrick Ney tells of the fate of a single doctor who cared for the injured at the Polish Security Printing Works.
As fighting intensifies in Warsaw’s Old Town, British vlogger Patrick Ney reveals how the Polish Underground sent in their specialist execution squad.
A commemorative mural showing a Jewish girl in the World War II Litzmannstadt Ghetto in Łódź, central Poland was unveiled on one of the city's buildings on Sunday. The girl's figure was reproduced from an old photograph, her identity and later fate are unknown.
As the battles goes people of all backgrounds join the fight Warsaw's freedom with as many as 18 nationalities represented in the Home Army's ranks.
As battle rages the Home Army commanders have to take the decision to take the decision to evacuate the Old Town. Its defenders will have to take to the sewers but which way will they go.
Edward Mosberg awards for Poles who saved Jews during World War II were handed out in Warsaw on Sunday. This year the awards were granted for the third time, and most prominent among the recipients is Warsaw's World War II Deputy Mayor Julian Spitosław Kulski.