The third episode of our history series examines the Jagiellonian dynasty, the Polish-Lithuanian union, and the growing freedom of the nobility.
The author of a book on the Warsaw Uprising explains the decision of the Polish government-in-exile to launch the insurgency in historical context.
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Food has always been at the centre of debate on what Poland is or should be.
Leading figures from SLD are accused of “falsifying Polish history” by perpetuating the “Soviet narrative” that Poland was liberated by the Red Army.
Warsaw’s Rotunda, one of the city’s most iconic buildings, has reopened following a three-year rebuilding project.
Ongoing road excavations in Kraków have revealed further archaeological finds tracing the history of the city and its former Jewish quarter of Kazimierz.
Jan Gross was accused of “insulting the Polish nation”, a crime that carries up to three years in prison. But prosecutors found no “convincing” evidence.
Ukraine honours the Polish filmmaker and American writer for showing international audiences the history of the Holodomor famine that killed millions.
Poland’s former President Wałęsa met with Vice President Pence as a part of a tour commemorating 30 years since the fall of communism
Józef Walaszczyk, who protected over 50 Jews during the German-Nazi occupation, has been honoured as he turns 100.
A previously unknown mass grave has been found next to the former Treblinka I camp.
Netflix has pledged to amend its documentary “The Devil Next Door” after complaints from the Polish PM and others.
Under PiS, rule Poland will “fulfil its historical mission” of supporting “everything that is the foundation of Christian civilisation”.
The foreign ministry has criticised a map of Nazi camps used by Netflix and a deputy justice minister suggests possible legal action.