TFN talks to Mirosław Nizio, the man who has reinvented the museum experience as we know it.
On the 76th anniversary of the outbreak of the 1944 Warsaw Uprising against Poland’s Nazi German occupiers, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki paid tribute to the insurgents during commemorative ceremonies held in Warsaw on Saturday.
Poland is commemorating today the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising against the city's Nazi German occupiers 76 years ago. The main ceremonies in Poland's capital will be attended by top officials.
Prepared by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Warsaw Rising Museum the ten podcasts use geolocation technology to describe the history of key Uprising places which have since disappeared from the map.
Taking to the internet can help keep theatres alive and provide museums with an opportunity to reach out to new audiences.
We go on the trail of a number of important Uprising documents found in a Warsaw rubbish skip…
Dr Tadeusz Krawczak from the Central Archives of Modern Records, where the documents and books are being kept, said that the materials are of huge historical value.
Bloodstains splattered across the stairwell of an old Warsaw apartment block could belong to insurgents fighting against Hitler’s forces during the Warsaw Uprising.
Photos of bloodstains splattered across stairwells have been posted on social media with claims that they are from Polish soldiers who fought against Nazi Germany during the 1944 Uprising. TFN’s Stuart Dowell puts on his detective cap to find out more.
Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz and his German counterpart Heiko Maas laid wreaths on Thursday at a monument in Warsaw commemorating the 'Wola Slaughter,' a massacre of civilians committed by Nazi German forces during the Warsaw Uprising.