Although many writers have written about the rescue and hiding of the "Battle of Grunwald" painting from the Germans, the whole story of what actually happened 80 years ago remains unknown to this day. The role played by Stanisław Kalinowski and Roman Ślaski has never been described properly, whether in the media or in literature. "The propagandists of the [communist] organs of the PKWN are laughing in their graves having done such a great job concealing it, " says historian Dr. Gapski.
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