The Polish-English book “Auschwitz Bauleitung. Designing a Death Camp” sets out in shocking detail how the full potential of German technology and industry took part in building the death apparatus that claimed the lives of 1.3 million victims.
Murders in Poland were down by one-fifth last year compared to 2021, the newspaper Rzeczpospolita has reported.
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Donald Tusk, leader of Poland's main opposition party, the centrist Civic Platform (PO), has said that the ruling party's rhetoric is to be blamed for the 2019 killing of Paweł Adamowicz, the liberal mayor of the Polish city of Gdańsk.
A Copenhagen court agreed on Wednesday to the extradition to Poland of a Norwegian citizen suspected of murdering a Polish woman, a Danish police representative has told PAP.
Irmgard Furchner was given a two-year suspended sentence by the district court in the German town of Itzehoe after being convicted under juvenile law owing to the fact that she was only 18 years old at the time of the crimes.
With the newly reborn nation still basking in the glow of victory having safeguarded its independence the year previously after the Red Army finally ceded defeat in the Polish-Soviet War, news of the assassination shattered the nation’s innocence and plunged it into crisis.
A hunt for the graves of Poles murdered during the Second World War by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) will go ahead after the Ukrainian authorities agreed to the search.
Poland's Senate adopted a resolution on Wednesday declaring the Russian Federation a terrorist regime and calling on the international community to support the International Criminal Court in investigating people responsible for war crimes in Ukraine.