History wydanie 22.12.2023 – 29.12.2023
Pomeranian Crime: Whoever is Polish must disappear
Between September and December, 1939, 30,000 people in 400 towns of Pomerania were murdered.
History wydanie 1.09.2023 – 8.09.2023
Hitler's High-Stakes Gamble
Following the campaign in Poland, Germany had further military campaigns on its agenda, including one against the Soviet Union.
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 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 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.
Culture wydanie 2.06.2023 – 9.06.2023
Loznica: some justification for Germany?
In the film, the main victims of WW2 turn out to be German civilians.
Interviews wydanie 5.05.2023 – 12.05.2023
Nazism was less harmful than communism
“What is happening around John Paul II is a revenge of communism for the defeat inflicted upon it by the pope,” says professor Paweł Skibiński, a historian.
Columns wydanie 28.04.2023 – 5.05.2023
A revisionist performance on victims’ graves
How to spark Polish „bigots” fury
History wydanie 21.04.2023 – 28.04.2023
Auschwitz Redemption. The man who escaped from hell
Witold Pilecki spent 947 days in Auschwitz. Then managed to run away.
History wydanie 17.03.2023 – 24.03.2023
The Khatyn lie
80 years ago, a village burned down whose ashes the Soviets used to erase the truth about Katyn.
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