Interviews wydanie 22.09.2023 – 29.09.2023
A political suicide of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth?
The Ottomans naively believed that the Poles had the same enemies, so they would never help the Habsburgs – according to Turkish historian Prof. Mesut Uyar.
Interviews wydanie 1.09.2023 – 8.09.2023
Archaeology claimed that the Proto-Germans were the descendants...
Germany, as early as the 19th century, believed in the existence of a great civilization of the “Master Race” from ages past.
Interviews wydanie 25.08.2023 – 1.09.2023
Welcome to Lviv, capital of Galicia
In real estate ads in Lviv people still declare: "I am selling an apartment in an Austrian building", or "I will rent an apartment in a Polish building".
Interviews wydanie 18.08.2023 – 25.08.2023
The faked passports which saved countless lives
It took incredible courage to risk his life and that of his family to help the Jews - says Roger Moorhouse.
Interviews wydanie 18.08.2023 – 25.08.2023
It weren't the ‘Nazis’ that the Home Army fought
Adam Borowski: We decided to bring the actual perpetrators of the crime back to justice.
Interviews wydanie 18.08.2023 – 25.08.2023
Bricked up birds
They kidnap spiders, tear off their legs and lay eggs on them. A veritable horror show in broad daylight, in the city centre.
Interviews wydanie 4.08.2023 – 11.08.2023
Cold War transplant race. Who was dr. Butcher?
This doctor ended up saving many lives, especially children's. He was nominated for a Nobel Prize.
Interviews wydanie 4.08.2023 – 11.08.2023
German historian: The reparations issue is still open
Given that we face the arrogance of Germany’s political elite, joint action is necessary, says Dr Karl Heinz Roth, a German historian and physician.
Interviews wydanie 21.07.2023 – 28.07.2023
if they converted, it was with the cross, not with the sword
Sarmatism does not mean the same as Polishness. The official language in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was Old Ruthenian.
Interviews wydanie 7.07.2023 – 14.07.2023
Whose face was reconstructed? Who was buried in Frombork?
In the Czartoryski collection there is a coffin with certificates confirming that it is Nicolaus Copernicus.
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