Today marks the 105th anniversary of Poland regaining independence after centuries of foreign rule.
Released by the Warsaw Rising Museum, and compiled in collaboration with the Jewish Historical Institute, the book ‘W obliczu Zagłady’ (‘In the Face of the Holocaust’) begins by showing pictures taken not just before the Ghetto Wall was erected, but before Jews were even required to wear identifying armbands
Poland will not recognise Russian pseudo-elections organised in the occupied territories of Ukraine, foreign minister has announced.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, has praised the international community for having understood the significance of the illegal occupation of Crimea and all other areas that Moscow controls in Ukraine.
Poland's prime minister has been conducting further consultations over the emerging situation in Russia and has talked with EU Council President Charles Michel among others, the government spokesman announced on Saturday.
Andrzej Duda, the Polish president, came to a small village in the south-east of the country on Friday to honour a Polish family that was executed for sheltering Jews during World War Two.
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VIDEO: With no professional distribution, at its premiere the feature-length film entitled ‘Liberated’ and starring 95 amateur actors and extras was attended by a staggering 2,000 people in a venue with a seating capacity of only 350.
Conceived 80 years ago this week, the fictitious radio station at Majdanek informed fellow prisoners about the latest whippings by SS guards or who had died of typhus, but also included radio theatre and education programmes aimed to raise morale and bolster resistance.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, in a Wednesday published text on the portal of Germany's 'Der Spiegel' weekly, wrote that the German occupation of Poland during WWII was one of the cruellest in European history.
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