A group called ‘Santi Odnalezc Orla’ (Santi Find the Eagle) says it could be a step closer to finding the legendary WWII ORP Orzeł sub with new information indicating it may have been accidentally sunk by the British in a ‘friendly-fire" incident.
At exactly 5pm today, Warsaw will come to a stop to commemorate the 79th anniversary of the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising. For 63 days, the city rose up against German occupation in a bid for freedom. One of those documenting the day-to-day realities was accidental photographer Eugeniusz Haneman.
Peter Webber, the director behind Girl With A Pearl Earring, Hannibal Rising and Emperor is to direct the film about Irena Sendler, the social worker who risked her life to save 2,500 Jewish children during WWII.
On July 22 1953, the Market Square and part of the buildings on Piwna and Zapiecek Streets emerged anew from the rubble of WWII, unveiling the world's first attempt to resurrect an entire historical city core.
Archaeologists made the startling discoveries as work on the palace foundations gets underway before its much-anticipated reconstruction.
The Senate, upper house of Poland's parliament, has adopted a resolution paying homage to all the people murdered by Ukrainian nationalists and German invaders during World War Two.
A clear majority (78 percent) of the Polish public believe Ukraine's president should officially apologise for the so-called Volhynia massacre of Poles during World War II.
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The unveiling is timed to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the tragedy that abruptly claimed the life of Poland’s wartime leader in 1943.
Following an online investigation, and with help from the Israeli embassy in Warsaw, internet detectives tracked down the Polish soldier’s niece and grandchildren in Warsaw.
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