Poland brings back country’s presidents-in-exile to reinforce its national identity, says PM Morawiecki
According to Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish elites of the Third Republic did not break with communism, and this is why they did not care to bring the remains of the presidents-in-exile home from the U.K.
Memory of World War II more important than ever, warns Polish PM
Writing in a special supplement on Polish history published in the Chicago Tribune during its 175th anniversary celebrations, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki argues that the present war in Ukraine makes it more important than ever for the memory of World War II to be nurtured so that the same mistakes are not repeated
Poles don’t believe the country’s WWII reparations claim will be successful
Polling research suggests that Poles do not believe the claim for World War II reparations from Germany will be successful, even though they believe that claim to be morally valid
The main beneficiaries of reparations have been… Germans!
Some of the main beneficiaries of compensation paid out of German public funds for World War II were Germans resettled from territories lost to other countries