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PRESS RELEASE: “Polish-Jewish Studies”, the latest periodical of the Institute of National Remembrance, presented at a press conference

A press conference on the first issue of the annual was held on 21 January 2021 at the IPN’s Janusz Kurtyka Educational Center at 21/25 Marszałkowska Street in Warsaw. The conference was broadcast online, with simultaneous English interpretation via Zoom.

We will bid our final farewell to Lidia Lwow-Eberle - a soldier of the Home Army, a legendary paramedic of the "Łupaszka" unit and the life companion of Maj. Zygmunt Szendzielarz - on 22 January at 1:00 p.m. at the Powązki Military Cemetery in Warsaw. Lidia Lwow-Eberle passed away on 5 January 2021.

The Internet premiere of the IPN production "Passports to Paraguay" directed by Robert Kaczmarek, 5 p.m., 24 March 2020

On the occasion of the Polish National Day of Remembrance of Poles Rescuing Jews under German occupation the IPN has prepared an Internet screening of the IPN production ”Passports to Paraguay”. A year after its premiere, the film directed by Rober Kaczmarek, will be available to viewers online.

Whoever saves one life, saves the world entire…The IPN's "Passports to Paraguay" continued

A meeting with the filmmakers of the film Polmission. Passports’ Secrets took place after the premiere of the film, on 24 October 2020 as part of the Echoes of Katyn International Film Festival on Totalitarianisms. The debate was attended by: Jacek Papis - film director, Robert Kaczmarek - producer, Jakub Kumoch - former Polish Ambassador to Switzerland, Sebastian Piątkowski Ph.D. (IPN),and Barbara Stanisławczyk-Żyła, who hosted the meeting.





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