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  • Why did the Second World War begin in Poland? | interview
    Why did the Second World War begin in Poland? | interview

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    Why did the Second World War begin in Poland? | interview

  • The long-awaited publication of the 'Ładoś list'
    The long-awaited publication of the 'Ładoś list'

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    The long-awaited publication of the 'Ładoś list'

    The Pilecki Institute has published a list of 3,262 names of Jews who were in possession of so called ‘Ładoś passports’, named after the Polish ambassador to Switzerland in 1940-45.

  • 75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz. "The camp system was changing all the time" | interview
    75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz. "The camp system was changing all the time" | interview

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    75th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz. "The camp system was changing all the time" | interview

    An interview with Nikolaus Wachsmann, Professor in Modern European History at the Birkbeck University of London and author of “KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps”.

  • Declassified UN files | interview
    Declassified UN files | interview

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    Declassified UN files | interview

    The world knew about the Shoah thanks to the Polish Underground State – the Polish Government-in-Exile informed the Allies about the Holocaust and crimes against Poles. An interview with Eryk Habowski, an expert in international law at Pilecki Institute.

  • Wannsee Memorandum

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    Wannsee Memorandum

    The Standards of Management and Commemoration of the former German Concentration and Extermination Camps (signed on 7th April 2017).

  • Declassified UN files | interview

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    Declassified UN files | interview

    The world knew about the Shoah thanks to the Polish Underground State – the Polish Government-in-Exile informed the Allies about the Holocaust. An interview with Eryk Habowski, an expert in international law at the Pilecki Institute.

  • Wie die Ładoś-Gruppe 1942 die Welt wachrütteln wollte

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    Wie die Ładoś-Gruppe 1942 die Welt wachrütteln wollte

    Bereits 1942: Die ersten Meldungen über den systematisch durchgeführten Judenmord. Polnische Botschafter in Bern, die unter der Obhut von Alexander Ładoś gefälschte Pässe ausstellten, um Menschen jüdischer Herkunft zu retten, möchten die Welt aufrütteln un

  • Rolf Brockschmidt im Tagesspiegel über unsere Ausstellung

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    Rolf Brockschmidt im Tagesspiegel über unsere Ausstellung

    Rolf Brockschmidt bescheinigt unserer Ausstellung im "Tagesspiegel"  eine "differenzierte Darstellung", die "gerade deutschen Besuchern" hilft "ein tieferes Verständnis für die polnische Sicht auf zwei totalitäre Systeme des 20. Jahrhunderts zu entwickeln"

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Chronicles of Terror

Explore the fates of Polish citizens – victims and witnesses of totalitarian regimes See more
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    Chronicles of Terror

    1940.06-1943

    A race against time – the road to Anders' Army

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    Chronicles of Terror

    1944.08.05-1944.08.10

    Wola '44 – genocide in Warsaw

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    Chronicles of Terror

    1944.08.01-1944.08.05

    Warsaw '44 – pacification of Śródmieście