On 26 May, the Polish Mother's Day, the Museum of the Second World War and the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity invite you to the closing of the international exhibition 'Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue during the Holocaust'.
Szmul Zygielbojm was an activist of the socialist Bund party. In its ranks (and also in municipal government), he fought for real equality for Jewish workers and for their social interests in Poland. It was Poland that he considered his homeland.
The Organising Committee of the International Congress of Belarusian Studies is pleased to announce the Call for papers for the 11th Congress, to be held on September 22-24, 2023, in Gdańsk, Poland.
Knowledge of the heroic Polish defenders of Westerplatte in September 1939 is widespread. More and more people are also aware that the remains of nine of them were discovered by the archaeologists from the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk during the 2019 excavations at the peninsula.
Architectural and urban competition for the conceptual design of the Museum of Westerplatte and the War of 1939 – branch of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk.
There are many figures that we can associate with the recovery and defense of the independence of the Polish State after World War I.
In 1919, Poland purchased real estate in the environs of Gdańsk. The uncertain political future of the city at that time was conducive to the mainly German owners to start a process of selling it off.
On November 13th, 1939, under the order of the Commander-in-Chief, General Władysław Sikorski, the ‘Service for the Victory of Poland’ (SZP) was transformed into the ‘Union of Armed Struggle’ (ZWZ).
On November 4th, we invite you to participate in the funeral ceremonies of the Defenders of Westerplatt