On 12 March 1999, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary became full members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. On the occasion of this event’s 15th anniversary, we would like to recall Poland’s path to NATO.
Browsing: History of Poland
On February 6th 1989, representatives of the communist regime and the Solidarity opposition movement sat down at the Round Table for the first time to hold talks which initiated and came to symbolize a peaceful transition of power in Poland.
On Nov. 14th, 2013 an exhibition was inaugurated at the CWM commemorating life and legacy of Jan Karski, Polish underground courier, who wanted to make a difference in times of horror, who risked his life trying to stop the Holocaust. The exhibition will last until 29th November.
Tadeusz Mazowiecki, born on April 18, 1927 in Płock, passed away this morning, October 28, 2013, in Warsaw.
69th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising is celebrated in Poland on 1st of August.