The "Bartosiak" Rebellion
Waldemar Biniecki, 6/12/2024

Polls show that, in politically polarized Poland, one of the few factors that unite people is aversion to the elites of PO and PiS. The results of the voting in European elections will show whether this is a rebellion, or the search of a new model of managing a state. This is just the beginning of a big change, for which the current elites are ill prepared.

Read more... Reading time 6 min.

A small village in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province, in the Pałuki region, in the district of Żnin. Known all over the world, it is undoubtedly the most famous archaeological site in Poland. Each of us should certainly visit Biskupin at least once in our lives. Because it really is worth it.

Read more... Reading time 6 min.

The Holocaust narrative often overlooks those who tried to help Jews survive the Holocaust. 'I hope that my book on the Ładoś Group will be an important addition to the international opinion on Poland's response to the Holocaust.'

Read more... Reading time 7 min.

He always put the nation above the state because he believed that Polishness was a more permanent entity and much more deeply rooted in reality than any administrative structure created by citizens.

Read more... Reading time 7 min.

Although the feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated throughout the world by the Catholic Church, it still has a vibrant and rich tradition in Poland. Despite always falling on a Thursday, it is a public holiday and the streets of Polish towns and villages are filled with colourful processions to the four altars. Parishes take care of their beautiful surroundings.

Read more... Reading time 5 min.
Auschwitz - Remembrance and Education
Andrzej Kacorzyk, 5/23/2024

Auschwitz is first and foremost a truth — a multi-faceted truth. It is like a complex jigsaw puzzle, creating a unique polyphonic image of the Remembrance of Jews, Poles, Roma and all other groups of Victims. Auschwitz is also the story of the perpetrators.

Read more... Reading time 4 min.
The May 3rd Constitution in the Polish Culture
Maria Wąchała-Skindzier, 5/23/2024

The impact of the 3rd of May Constitution was so strong that, for us Poles, it became a symbol of love for freedom and the homeland during the years of the partition of Poland and even later. For two centuries it captured the imagination of writers, artists, architects, thinkers and social activists.

Read more... Reading time 6 min.

For many of those who emigrated for independence, the Battle of Monte Cassino did not end in 1944. Their war lasted much longer and often ended tragically. Nevertheless, the legacy of the heroes survived and is still alive today,

Read more... Reading time 3 min.

In 2024, two important anniversaries for Poles coincide: 80 years since the victorious battle of the 2nd Polish Corps for Monte Cassino and the 50th anniversary of the death of the one thanks to whom the heroism of the soldiers of General Władysław Anders was recorded with journalistic reliability for future generations.

Read more... Reading time 11 min.

Dr Karol Nawrocki, President of the Institute of National Remembrance, visited London to meet with Polish community living in Britain, unveil the exhibition “Trails of Hope. Odyssey of Freedom”, the fate of Poles during World War II and give a lecture entitled „Polish history without secrets”.

Read more... Reading time 8 min.

Understanding this historic and unwavering Russian expansionist commitment should help us formulate a winning strategy for stopping them in Ukraine today, the strategy that is missing in our debates. Believing that we can appease Russians with anything is a mistake. They consider any appeasement a sign of weakness, and it motivates them to continue their conquest.

Read more... Reading time 16 min.
Page 1 Next Page »
What Will Mark Brzezinski Do?
Waldemar Biniecki

Everything indicates that, for the first time in the history of diplomatic relations between Poland and the United States, the function of the US ambassador to Warsaw will be assumed by an American lawyer and diplomat of Polish origin, Mark Brzeziński.

Turkish Drones for Poland
Andrzej (Andrew) Woźniewicz

A few months ago, the word spread around the world, which reportedly surprised even the insiders: Poland and Turkey signed a contract for the supply of Turkish Bayraktar TB2 unmanned combat drones for the Polish army.