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“Long live free Poland”. The story of the Poland`s worst political prison

Rittmeister Witold Pilecki, a Polish Army officer and intelligence agent during WWII, the author of “Witold’s Report”, the first comprehensive […]

“Crimes in the Majesty of Law”

  Seventy-four years ago at a prison in Kurkowa Street in Gdańsk, the late father Marian Prusak, a parish priest […]

Parliament of Estonia the Riigikogu passed the Statement “On Historical Memory and Falsification of History”

On February 19  the Parliament of Estonia the Riigikogu passed the Statement “On Historical Memory and Falsification of History” (140 […]

Restoration of Lithuania’s Statehood

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   History The Act of Reinstating Independence of Lithuania or Act of February 16 was signed by the […]

The Romanian Revolution of 1989

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   Events in Timisoara in mid December 1989 mark the begin of the Romanian Revolution which led to […]

Anniversary of the Wujek mine pacification

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   The protest in the Wujek mine began 3 days after the introduction of martial law in Poland  […]

13 December: Martial Law in Poland

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   On December 13 1981 in the morning Polish people woke up in the new shocking reality caused […]

The 2020 Council of Europe Museum Prize for the Albanian National Museum of Secret Surveillance House of Leaves

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   The Albanian National Museum of Secret Surveillance ‘’House of Leaves’’ located in Tirana is the winner of […]

‘’How to become one person without double identities and lies to yourself.’’

Beata Bruggeman-Sekowska   Interview with Ilze Burkovska Jacobsen, director of ‘’My favourite War’’ animated film about her life under communism. […]

Public debate “The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact and its Legacy: Spheres of Influence in Europe

On November 28, 2019 in Wijnhaven-building campus  of The Hague of Leiden University a public debate entitled “The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact […]