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ROLLING UP MEMORY

Wiesława Lewandowska talks with Władysław A. Terlecki about post-war changes in KL Auschwitz-Birkenau »

EUROPEAN IDENTITY IN DANGER

NATALIA BEDNARSKA

Europe is in a deep crisis of values, losing its identity and civilization mission. The European Union broke up with ideas which were at its beginning »

SEVEN CHILDREN OF SUSAN

WITOLD IWAŃCZAK

Susan Wojcicki is an economist, a businessman, a vice-chairperson of Google Inc, and since 2014 she has been the chairperson of YouTube; she is a mother of five children, a promoter of maternity leave and …..an owner of the Polish passport »

ACT 447 AND ITS REAL CONSEQUENCES

Witold Gadowski

Alliances have their real costs. When Poland was in a situation of compulsory dependence on the Soviet Union, we all had to bear the prevalence of the Soviets, financing their economy and indoctrination enforced to the youth’s minds. »

WE WERE NOT HERE, WE ARE NOT HERE

WIESŁAWA LEWANDOWSKA

An extremely unpleasant issue, and it is hardly undergoing censorship of European political correctness: memory about German death camps »

MARXISM IN THE UNION

Mirosław Piotrowski

‘Marxism, also in the contemporary forms, is straying’ – pope Francis wrote in the preface off the book of his living predecessor. »

FATHER OF ‘WALKIE-TALKIE’

WITOLD IWAŃCZAK

‘Walkie’Talkie’ was accompanying American soldiers on the frontiers of the war in Europe and on the Pacific. It made communication of infantry, artillery and armored troops possible »

THE SUN ABOVE INDEPENDENT ISRAEL

BOGDAN KĘDZIORA

It is destroying a unilateral image of Jews’ history on the Polish land, mostly associated with trauma of experienced evil and experiencing the place which became the biggest grave yard of Jews in the world. »

EUROPE OF SCHUMAN OR SPINELLI?

On 8 December 1955 – on the day of Immaculate Conception of Blessed Mary the Virgin – two men entered the cathedral of Blessed Mary the Virgin in Strasburg. »

THE BRITISH WANT ‘ALFIE’S LAW’

Beata Zajączkowska

The British are postulating for introducing ‘Alfie’s law’ which allow for avoiding conflicts between parents and doctors in the future, in cases of terminally ill children. »

MODERN SHOPPING CENTRES

WIESŁAWA LEWANDOWSKA

Introducing the prohibition of trade on Sunday proved that shopping in shopping centres does not have to be chosen by Poles as a way of spending their free time. It turned out that one can live without shopping on Sunday »

WILL THE LAW AND JUSTICE PARTY STAND UP FOR LIFE?

ARTUR STELMASIAK

The civic project ‘Stop Abortion’ is stopped by the coalition of the Law and Justice party, the Civic Platform and the .Modern. Is there a chance to enact life-giving law? »

ECONOMICS AND POLITICS

Mirosław Piotrowski

Nord Stream 2 is not an economic project. But it was. For many months, even years. »

POLISH CONTRIBUTION IN THE EUROPEAN HERITAGE

KRYSTYNA CZUBA

The history of Poland means a multi-century stage of struggles for its place among the nations of Europe. There was also a ‘cry for the right to have one’s own place on the map of Europe’ – for nearly 150 years of Poland partitions. Primate Stefan Wyszyński wrote: ‘The worst crime against the western culture were partitions of Poland’ »

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