On the anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland on Sept. 17, 1939, Karol Nawrocki, a historian and the president of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), explores the deeply rooted enmity that the Soviet Union held toward Poland, tracing its origins to 19th-century Tsarist Russia. According to Nawrocki, the Soviet Union had an “obsession” […]
After publishing the report on the losses incurred by Poland as a result of the German occupation during WWII, Poland is preparing a report on crimes and widespread looting committed by the Russian-led Soviet Union
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