The Eagle Unbowed Book Review By Lucja Swiatkowski Cannon From: https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/forsaken-ally Poland’s experience of World War II was unique. Invaded by both Germany and the Soviet Union in 1939, it was the only country occupied by foreign armies from the… Read More ›
Imienny wykaz żołnierzy A.K. miasta Rakowa i okolic, w Zgrupowaniu Stołpecko-Nalibockim, walczącym na Ziemi Wileńskiej, Nowogródzkiej, Mazowieckiej, w Lasach Kampinosu, w Powstaniu Warszawskim oraz na Ziemi Kieleckiej. Wykaz ten opracował Franciszek Kosowicz pseudonim “Maciejka” i “Malecki”. AK_Stolpecko_Nalibocki_Wykaz
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 ›