Civilization wydanie 22.09.2023 – 29.09.2023
French dignitaries stealing national furniture & art
Artefacts are disappearing from offices and palaces – those of the President, the Prime Minister and even the Minister of Justice.
Interviews wydanie 12.05.2023 – 19.05.2023
A story out of the X-Files in Kraków
Was it the Second World War that was responsible for the loss of these documents? Perhaps, but they were neither stolen, nor burned.
Civilization wydanie 5.05.2023 – 12.05.2023
A unique coronation
From Norway to Spain, a modest ceremony of inauguration or swearing-in ceremony, usually in parliament, is sufficient.
History wydanie 17.03.2023 – 24.03.2023
How Noble of Him! Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski
To the astonishment of his contemporaries, he proposed that women should also be educated.
History wydanie 3.02.2023 – 10.02.2023
The Warsaw Confederation, or ill-timed tolerance
Polish witches were burnt under German codes.
Culture wydanie 3.02.2023 – 10.02.2023
Louis XV – spendthrift and sybarite: „Après nous, le déluge”
The equestrian statute of the king in Paris disappeared first. It was replaced by a guillotine.
Civilization wydanie 13.01.2023 – 20.01.2023
All for sale
80% of the British not only have a bad opinion on Harry but they don’t wish to see him home at all.
History wydanie 2.12.2022 – 9.12.2022
The Treaty of Radnot
Charles X Gustav wanted to make the Baltic Sea the inner sea of Sweden. The Polish king was to be Prince George II Rakoczy, Duke of Transylvania.
Columns wydanie 4.11.2022 – 11.11.2022
Potemkin’s peregrinations
Strange they are, these Russians: they left 30,000 behind corpses of their own soldiers in Ukraine, and took the old bones in an oilcloth bag.
History wydanie 4.11.2022 – 11.11.2022
Who were the ancestors of Elizabeth II and Charles III?
It was not an island isolated from the mainland. Whole villages were travelling across the sea with their belongings.
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