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Dated 31 July 2015, the letter which was found hidden on New Year’s Day among rocks and old logs on the Croatian island of Pag began: "I am Marysia, and I am Monia. We live in Poland, near Kraków." Now the woman who found the letter would like to meet them.
The organisers of the annual “Letter to Santa” initiative estimate that they will receive 1,800 letters this year from those under the care of Social Welfare Homes in and around Łόdź.
Said to be written by an SS officer in 1947, the letter is the first documentary evidence that Raphael’s Portrait of a Young Man was transported at the end of the war from Kraków to Germany.
A group of 46 ambassadors and international diplomats in Poland have signed an open letter expressing their support for the country’s LGBTQI community.
The prime ministers of Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have sent an open letter to the heads of the world's biggest social media companies calling on them to block the official accounts of Russian and Belarusian government institutions.
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While examining documents in private collections, historians from the Museum of Polish Children - Victims of Totalitarianism found eight letters written by children who had been imprisoned in what was called the Preventive Camp for Young Poles of the Security Police in Łódź (Jugendverwahrlager der Sicherheitspolizei in Litzmannstadt).
Wanessa Bąkowska, 12, had written a letter to the Queen and included one of her artworks entitled ‘Earth’. The Queen’s Lady-in-Waiting replied on her Majesty’s behalf saying the Queen was deeply ‘touched’.
Elżbieta and Italian friend Andrea had been cycling along the beach in the seaside resort of Łeba when they spotted the clear glass bottle with a floral print and the note inside. She later said: “When I started reading this my heart almost broke. I couldn't help but cry.”