Behind the walls of this dilapidated old palace in a remote corner of Poland, lies one of the lesser-known intrigues of the 20th century. Left to ruin after WWII, the race is now on to save Sztynort palace. TFN’s Kirsty Hardial and Dagmara Leszkowicz go on the trail of the place that time forgot.
In an interview with historian Marek Kornat TFN learns how Piłsudski tried to get European support for action against Hitler in the early 1930s.
It wasn’t just German troops that invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. The Slovaks also got in on the act.
A German theatre is under fire for offering free entry to people wearing Swastika armbands to a play called Mein Kampf – and making those who pay for entry wear the Star of David.
Two neo-Nazis who organised a music festival to mark the anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s birthday have been arrested in Poland.