Start your day with a summary of today’s top stories from Poland’s leading news sites.
Occurring on the night of February 9th and 10th 1940, around 140,000 Poles were roused from their sleep in the first of four wartime deportation actions that would see several hundred thousand forcibly exiled from their ancestral home.
Poland's November 11 Independence Day is a special date, one of the most important dates in the calendar, filled with extraordinary patriotism and history, Poland’s president has said.
The massacre, which still casts a shadow over Polish-Russian relations, was a series of mass executions of Polish POW's, mainly military officers and policemen, carried out by the NKVD in April and May 1940.
We take a look at the Freedom and Independence movement formed to combat Soviet terror in Poland following World War 2.
A National Remembrance Park was opened in the north-central Polish city of Torun on Saturday in honour of those who risked their lives to save Jews in Poland during the Second World War.
The release of the letters marks the 80th anniversary of the first transport of Polish prisoners to Auschwitz.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Friday, the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, called for remembrance of the victims of the global conflict and of the "inhumane regimes."
The remembrance of the Nazi German Auschwitz death camp is important or very significant for 94 percent of the Polish people, according to the results of a Kantar poll commissioned by a Jagiellonian University lecturer.
The Gliwice Museum in Gliwice, southern Poland, has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year (EMYA) award for its Upper-Silesian Jewish Remembrance House project, the museum said on Tuesday.