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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.

  • Pilecki Fellowship | call for application
    Pilecki Fellowship | call for application

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    Pilecki Fellowship | call for application

    The fellowship is awarded to both senior and junior researchers, representing disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, especially modern history, sociology, political science, international relations, law studies and political philosophy.

  • Meinen Freunden, den Juden - Gedenkkonzert anlässlich des 75. Jahrestages der Befreiung des KZ Auschwitz

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    Meinen Freunden, den Juden - Gedenkkonzert anlässlich des 75. Jahrestages der Befreiung des KZ Auschwitz

  • Pilecki Institute short-term research grant

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    Pilecki Institute short-term research grant

    We are looking for researchers worldwide, representing disciplines in the humanities and social sciences to carry out their own research projects and who will contribute with their approaches, perspectives and new ideas.

  • The Premiere of the “Passports to Life” Exhibition in Israel

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    The Premiere of the “Passports to Life” Exhibition in Israel

    Acting in cooperation with the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv, the Pilecki Institute organized an exhibition entitled “Passports to Life” about the group headed by Aleksander Ładoś. The exposition can be viewed at the Menachem Begin Heritage Center.

  • "Wola 1944. An Unpunished Crime and the Notion of Genocide” | debate

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    "Wola 1944. An Unpunished Crime and the Notion of Genocide” | debate

    The discussion will be held as part of the conference “The New Dawn of Europe after the Great War: The Theory of the State and Genocide in the 20th Century”.

  • "The New Dawn of Europe after the Great War" | conference

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    "The New Dawn of Europe after the Great War" | conference

    Even though the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide came in 2018, Rafał Lemkin’s work remains a subject for research. We would like to invite you to a conference with experts.

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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