Tomasz Plaskota

Interviews wydanie 17.11.2023 – 24.11.2023
The Jesuits built a "land of happiness"
The mission villages created a quasi-state with high autonomy.
Interviews wydanie 19.05.2023 – 26.05.2023
Mercenary who waged a personal war against the Soviets
He wanted to bring Polish war migrants to the Congo.
Interviews wydanie 21.04.2023 – 28.04.2023
Communist Poland was a motorbike powerhouse
Polish motorbikes were popular in the United States.
Interviews wydanie 14.04.2023 – 21.04.2023
The political 'wild one'
As a politician of Christian democracy, he opposed Sanation. He regarded the May coup as an undemocratic seizure of power.
Interviews wydanie 7.04.2023 – 14.04.2023
War against Trump compromises American politics
Liberals hate those who, like Trump, come from outside the political system.
Interviews wydanie 24.03.2023 – 31.03.2023
Agent of Soviet intelligence to have denounced Rev. Blachnicki
Moscow was interested in connections between Ukrainian nationalists with Zionists, Maoists and other “anti-Soviet elements”.
Interviews wydanie 3.02.2023 – 10.02.2023
The Third Reich fought against... Polish fascists?
Germany and Russia signed a death sentence for the whole of Central Europe.
Interviews wydanie 20.01.2023 – 27.01.2023
Intelligence intrigues of a conspiracy spy ring
Mysterious founder, perishing female agents, the Abwher, “white” Russians and scandal with general Anders.
Interviews wydanie 30.12.2022 – 6.01.2023
Czechoslovakia Fell Apart, and It Turned Out Well for Everyone
The Slovaks were demanding autonomy, and the Czechs didn’t want to give it to them, says historian Dr. Paweł Ukielski.
Interviews wydanie 2.12.2022 – 9.12.2022
Chinese mercenaries in global corporations
The U.S. can't start a nuclear war because of Taiwan, says a U.S. general.
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