In the first biography ever to be written about Eugenia Pol, who went under the name Genowefa Pohl during the war, author Błażej Torański spent several years in the archives of the Institute of National Remembrance in Łódź analysing thousands of pages of trial files, testimonies and photographs.
Created in 1946 as part of a post-war nationwide school project, the pencil and crayon images obtained by TFN show the full, terrible experience of war from the perspective of children.
We take a look at the Freedom and Independence movement formed to combat Soviet terror in Poland following World War 2.
Audacious and courageous Niuta Tajtelbaum would use her good looks to bypass guards in order to carry out her deadly work.
The Polish hero who suffered severe injuries during one-to-one combat with terrorist Usman Khan is revealed as a mild-mannered hiking and scuba-diving enthusiast.
In her book, Teoria Wyzwolenia (Theory of Liberation), Anna Straszyńska maps out in detail all the key addresses in Praga where the NKVD set up its interrogation and arrest centres, where prisoners were executed and even where the perpetrators lived.