Pilecki Institute opens Berlin branch
The ceremony was accompanied by the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the institute's patron, a Polish wartime resistance hero.
Pilecki Institute publishes online Ładoś List
The list includes data on over 3,200 Jews saved by Polish diplomats in WWII who granted them forged passports to Latin American countries.
Pilecki Institute head: ‘genocide’ definition described something more than crime against humanity
Pilecki Institute facility to open in Berlin
An exhibition is to be organised for its opening on September 16.
“The Pilecki Project” kicks off
The initiative is being conducted by the Pilecki Institute in partnership with the Polish National Foundation.
Top authorities, daughter honour WWII hero Witold Pilecki
Witold Pilecki was the author of the so-called Witold's Report - the first comprehensive account of the atrocities committed at Auschwitz German death camp.
Captain Pilecki commemorated in Vilnius
The ceremony took place on May 25, the eve of the International Day of Heroes Fighting Totalitarianism, which is also the anniversary of the murder of Witold Pilecki
Poles celebrate 117th birthday of hero Witold Pilecki
Celebrations on the occasion of 117th birthday of Witold Pilecki, a cavalry captain who penned a report on the atrocities that took place in Auschwitz, are underway in Warsaw.
Thursday marks 120th birth anniversary of Witold Pilecki
Witold Pilecki served as cavalry captain during the Polish-Soviet War and WWII and was also a co-founder of the Secret Polish Army.