Pellegrini: Uprising doubters belong in the dung pit of history
In 1335, three Central European kings met in the Hungarian medieval royal palace Visegrad and signed a co-operation agreement. It was an anti-Habsburg alliance.
On the anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising the whole city stops for a minute, an act that has no parallel in all of Europe. Across generations, they remember the day, which destined Warsaw to share a fate similar to that of Carthage. Yet Warsaw survived.