Media Library - Instytut Pileckiego

  • An interview with Carlos Sardiña Galache | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

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    An interview with Carlos Sardiña Galache | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

    One category of the Witold Pilecki International Book Award is devoted to contemporary war correspondents. Among the nominees in this category is Carlos Sardiña Galache – the author of the book "The Burmese Labyrinth: A History of Rohingya Tragedy".

  • An interview with Myra MacDonald | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

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    An interview with Myra MacDonald | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

    Listen to our interview with Myra MacDonald, the author of White as the Shroud. India, Pakistan and War on the Frontiers of Kashmir, nominated for the Witold Pilecki International Book Award in the third category for contemporary war correspondents.

  • An interview with Danielle Vella | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

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    An interview with Danielle Vella | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

    Danielle Vella is the author of "Dying to Live. Stories from Refugees on the Road to Freedom", nominated from the Witold Pilecki International Book Award in the 3rd category for contemporary war correspondents. Listen to what she has to say!

  • An interview with Christina Lamb | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

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    An interview with Christina Lamb | Witold Pilecki International Book Award

    Meet Christina Lamb, the author of “Our Bodies, Their Battlefield: What War Does to Women”, who is nominated for the Witold Pilecki International Book Award in category III for contemporary war correspondents.

  • Wywiad z Carmelą S. Fonbueną | Międzynarodowa Nagroda im. Witolda Pileckiego

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    Wywiad z Carmelą S. Fonbueną | Międzynarodowa Nagroda im. Witolda Pileckiego

    We begin a series of discussions with authors nominated for the Witold Pilecki International Book Award. Meet Carmela S. Fonbuena, whose book "Marawi Seige. Stories from the Front Lines" is nominated for the Prize in the 3rd category for contemporary war c

  • 17 September 1939, the Soviet invasion of Poland

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    17 September 1939, the Soviet invasion of Poland

    What did the Soviet invasion of Poland look like? Was it a complete surprise to the Polish army and civilians? On the 82nd anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Poland, we encourage you to watch Alina Nowobilska’s interview with the Prof. Evan Mawdsley.

  • September 1939, the German invasion of Poland: In conversation with Roger Moorhouse

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    September 1939, the German invasion of Poland: In conversation with Roger Moorhouse

    How did the German propaganda present the invasion of Poland? And what did it actually look like? Watch the unique archival footage from the beginning of World War II and our interview with the British writer and historian Roger Moorhouse.

  • World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 3: Memory Wars

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    World War II: Witnesses and Memory | Part 3: Memory Wars

    The third and last instalment of the “World War II: Witnesses and Memory” series organized jointly by the Pilecki Institute and the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

  • The Polish Underground and the Jews | online webinar

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    The Polish Underground and the Jews | online webinar

    Prof. Joshua Zimmerman from Yeshiva University will present the situation of the Polish Underground State in the context of the extermination policies introduced by Nazi Germany, and its reaction to the Holocaust of European Jews.

  • Secret Diplomacy. Diverse Ways to Rescue Jews | Duty and Compassion

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    Secret Diplomacy. Diverse Ways to Rescue Jews | Duty and Compassion

    Diplomacy is one of the tools of the state. Do the activities of individual diplomats and diplomatic posts testify to the countries’ varied attitudes towards the Holocaust?

  • Wartime Diplomacy How Governments Responded to the Holocaust roundtable | Duty and Compassion

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    Wartime Diplomacy How Governments Responded to the Holocaust roundtable | Duty and Compassion

    Diplomacy is one of the tools of the state. Do the activities of individual diplomats and diplomatic posts testify to the countries’ varied attitudes towards the Holocaust?

  • The Voice of Survivors | Duty and Compassion

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    The Voice of Survivors | Duty and Compassion

    Chris Pleasance (“Daily Mail”) interviews Heidi Fishman – daughter of the Holocaust Survivor Ruth “Tutti” Fishman née Lichtenstern.

  • Presentation of the website passportsforlife.pl | Duty and Compassion

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    Presentation of the website passportsforlife.pl | Duty and Compassion

    Online webinar inaugurates the Year of the Ładoś Group - on this occasion, we will present our website “Passports for Life”, which presents the current state of knowledge about the operation of the Polish diplomats based in Bern.

  • The Genesis of the Lados Operation – 1940-1942 | seminarium

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    The Genesis of the Lados Operation – 1940-1942 | seminarium

    An examination of the background behind the Bern passport operation, looking at the wider context of Polish exile government policy as well as the possible precedents set elsewhere, including the Sugihara visas.

  • World War II: Witnesses and Memory – Liberators and Liberated

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    World War II: Witnesses and Memory – Liberators and Liberated

    We invite you to a new series of international webinars organized by the Pilecki Institute of Warsaw, Poland and and the National World War II Museum of New Orleans, USA.

  • Debate: Polish History in Global Perspective. Understanding the Twentieh Century

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    Debate: Polish History in Global Perspective. Understanding the Twentieh Century

    The debate on the Polish history in the global academic discourse featuring Prof. Alexandra Richie, Prof. Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski, Prof. Klaus Ziemer. Chairman: Dr. Wojciech Kozłowski