Clark YOUNG: The Lesson of Jan Karski for Our World
Clark YOUNG

Clark YOUNG

The Lesson of Jan Karski for Our World

Heritage of Jan Karski, whose harrowing reports on what Germans were doing in Auschwitz were ignored by the world, is now a moral call to action in defence of human rights.

Mateusz MORAWIECKI: We Need European Unity
Mateusz MORAWIECKI

Mateusz MORAWIECKI

We Need European Unity

We are entering the third year of what has been an extremely difficult pandemic, face a growing economic crisis, and now there is an additional menace coming from our eastern neighbour. Vladimir Putin is effectively and cynically exploiting European weaknesses and crises.

Karol NAWROCKI: The largest underground army in the world
Karol NAWROCKI

Karol NAWROCKI

The largest underground army in the world

The Polish Home Army was among the largest underground armies that challenged Nazi Germany. As opposed to other such large forces operating in the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia, it was also the only one which fought for genuine freedom and democracy.

David WILLIAMSON: The Polish Underground provided valuable intelligence to the Allies
David WILLIAMSON

David WILLIAMSON

The Polish Underground provided valuable intelligence to the Allies

The USSR, on the other hand, viewed the role of the London backed Home Army (Armia Krajowa -AK) as an agent of anti-Communism, and in January 1944 created its own underground organisation (Armia Ludowa- AL) which targeted not only the German occupying forces, but also the AK in preparation for setting up a Communist Poland.

Kenneth KOSKODAN: “Can you imagine”?  The AK and the Polish Underground in World War II
Kenneth KOSKODAN

Kenneth KOSKODAN

“Can you imagine”?  The AK and the Polish Underground in World War II

The question “can you imagine?” is so simple and yet so profound. It is difficult to truly imagine what she lived through; the fear, the suffering, the devastation, the loss endured and the heroism, selflessness and sacrifice given by those who never imagined they could until they had to.

Marcin CZEPELAK: Holocaust – the crime the world ignored
Marcin CZEPELAK

Marcin CZEPELAK

Holocaust – the crime the world ignored

When the Polish government-in-exile called for action to stop the Holocaust in 1942, its appeals fell on deaf ears. The architects of the crime planned in Wannsee were yet hidden behind a veil of silence.