Ahead of her times in many ways, Princess Daisy von Pless’s legacy still resonates in south-west Poland.
The New York Times (NYT) on Monday published a major article documenting the life of Walentyna Janta-Połczyńska, secretary and confidante to former WWII-era Polish Prime Minister in exile Władysław Sikorski, who passed away in New York in early April.
A clean-cut hero with a secret mission, an impossibly beautiful femme fatale, personal drama, sacrifice and shocking brutality. On the eve of its premiere in Warsaw, TFN’s Stuart Dowell meets the producers behind new epic film The Messenger (Kurier).
Speaking in Zurich, Switzerland, the president said: “Three decades after the fall of communism, the goal should be to create a Europe from which “nobody can be excluded.”
Suspects in the death of General Sikorski include double agent Kim Philby and even British PM Winston Churchill.