History wydanie 4.08.2023 – 11.08.2023
Diplomats rebelled against Jaruzelski
In the second week of martial law, news circulated in the Communist Poland that two ambassadors had asked for political asylum in the USA.
Culture wydanie 21.07.2023 – 28.07.2023
Paul Barley’s simple path
On July 17, 2023, Lech Jęczmyk died. He was a translator whose work translated not just books but the world as a whole.
History wydanie 12.05.2023 – 19.05.2023
They were shot at, they were tortured
Beating up a young man "to make an example" was not uncommon. As well as killing.
Interviews wydanie 9.12.2022 – 16.12.2022
Was it appropriate to stand next to someone in a cassock?
It was an unbelievable blunder, against the Canon Law – admits Rev. Jan Sikorski.
History wydanie 9.12.2022 – 16.12.2022
Militia and the Army moved in
Despite the obvious violation of the constitution, after 1989 no one was brought before the State Tribunal.
Columns wydanie 14.10.2022 – 21.10.2022
Mockers, traitors, and worshipers of evil will never understand...
Jerzy Urban was a co-creator of the system, functionaries of which took the lives of people you can see in these photographs.
History wydanie 26.08.2022 – 2.09.2022
The Endurance of Lane Kirkland
The leader of the American labour unions, the “greatest Solidarity ally” demanded radical sanctions against communist Poland after the introduction of martial law
Civilization wydanie 12.08.2022 – 19.08.2022
Simply a rock. Fr Jacek Salij
How many people has he saved from hatred and how many has he stopped from wanting to exact revenge?
History wydanie 1.07.2022 – 8.07.2022
Legendary escape in socks. The dangerous Romaszewski family
“I’m losing my breath. I’m already considering whether not to give up”.
History wydanie 29.04.2022 – 6.05.2022
How Solidarity took over the Labour Day
On May 1, people chanted: “Come with us. Today, they won’t beat.”