November 1st – All Saints Day

The 1st day of November is marked in Poland as a special day in which crowds visit cemeteries to commemorate their belated relatives and friends. We dedicated the day to Poles buried in Israel - Polish soldiers, war refugees, diplomats, Righteous Among the Nations), monks, priests and civilians
01 11.2022 News

A not so simple story: the tales of Bashevis Singer marking 120 years to his birth  

A festive production by the Malenky theater based on works by Bashevis Singer to include segments from a variety of sources, including interviews with the great man of letters when he won the Noble prize
15 11.2022 Literature, News, Theatre

Musical Bridges Poland-Israel – 2 unique concerts and world-famous creators  

Two unique concerts led by Israeli and Polish artists will include musical works at a world premiere – from Karol Szymanowski to Krzysztof Penderecki and Julian Tuwim with the participation of the world-class pianist Garik Olson, winner of the International Chopin Competition
03 11.2022 06 11.2022 Music, News

The Warsaw Ghetto Museum calls to collect artifacts from WW2

The Warsaw Ghetto Museum calls to collect objects, souvenirs and testimonies from the Warsaw Ghetto that are in the possession of private individuals and may contribute to the presentation of history in the newly built museum
12 10.2022 Bez kategorii, History, News

The International Witold Gombrowicz Festival

The Radom International Witold Gombrowicz Festival includes a competition between dozens of artists from around the world and is focused on the figure of the famous Polish writer and playwright
08 10.2022 15 10.2022 News

Polish comics by women

Article on the occasion of the participation of Polish authors in the Brussels Comic Book Festival by Piotr Kasiński
09 09.2022 11 09.2022 News

Book POLAND 1939: The Outbreak of World War II by Roger Moorhouse

In POLAND 1939: The Outbreak of World War II, Roger Moorhouse introduces the September Campaign as the triggering event of World War II
01 09.2022 History, News

September 17 – the Soviet invasion to Poland

September 17th is marked in Poland as the anniversary of the Soviet invasion to POland on 1939, the implementation of the Ribbentrop Molotov Pact for the division of Europe between Germany and Russia
17 09.2022 Bez kategorii, News

The losses suffered by Poland during World War II

A three volumed report released in Poland on September 1, the date on which the Second World War began, lists the massive losses in human lives, property, and infrastructure inflicted on Poland and for which it never received any compensation from Germany
01 09.2022 History, News