Lawrence W. Reed* In this great mortuary of the half-living — where nearby someone was wheezing his final breath; someone else was dying; another was struggling out of bed only to fall over onto the floor; another was throwing… Read More ›
Trump’s adviser about Poles saving Jews. “Whoever hears the story of the Righteous [Among the Nations – editor’s note], will never again dare to speak about ‘Polish death camps’ again” – says Johnny Daniels, recognized as one of the 100 most… Read More ›
STAGING JEDWABNE: the 2013 West Coast premiere of “Our Class” by Gordon Black Aquinas writes that conscience can be mistaken, from use of a false premise. The play Our Class, as an exercise in conscience, depends on how securely it… Read More ›
Eternal glory to the defenders of our Homeland! Eternal remembrance of the victims of German barbarity!
77 years ago, Germany invaded Poland. This was not an ordinary war; this was not a normal warfare. From the first moments of war Germans committed bestial acts against Polish soldiers and Poland’s civilian population. We have to remember it,… Read More ›
Andrzej Kaczyński, Rzeczpospolita How did the archaeological research in Jedwabne start? PROF. ANDRZEJ KOLA: The Council for the Remembrance of Fighting and Martyrdom (Rada Ochrony Pamięci Walk i Męczeństwa), with which I cooperated previously on searching and examining graves of… Read More ›
The ceremony of presenting identifying documents to 22 families of the victims of Soviet and German totalitarianism, Warsaw, June 9, 2016
On Thursday, June 9, 2016, a ceremony took place in the Presidential Palace to present identifying documents to 22 families of the victims of two totalitarian systems – Soviet and German. “I regard this as an honor that I can host you at the… Read More ›