General Stanislaw Maczek commemorated in the Netherlands
On 16 September 2022, in De Griete, a suburb of Terneuzen, the first monument in the Netherlands to the commander of the 1st Polish Armored Division, General Stanislaw Maczek, was unveiled. The ceremony was attended by the Deputy President of the Institute of National Remembrance Karol Polejowski, Ph. D.
The exhibition on the occasion of the 135th anniversary of the Polish Falcons of America — Warka, 17 September 2022 — 31 March 2023
The Kazimierz Pulaski Museum in Warka is featuring the exhibition about the Polish Falcons in America entitled “Strengthen Your Arm – Serve Your Fatherland”. It presents the history of the PFA connected with the Sokol Gymnastic Society.
A new exhibition about those who remained in the Soviet Union after 1945 unveiled in Warsaw
The „Remained in the East. Polish Intelligentsia in the Soviet Union 1945-1991" exhibition was opened by the IPN President, Karol Nawrocki Ph. D. in the courtyard of the Royal Palace in Warsaw on 15 September 2022.
Representatives of the Institute of National Remembrance on a visit to Prague — 12 September 2022
During the visit to Prague, the delegation of the IPN headed by the President Karol Nawrocki Ph. D., laid flowers at a monument dedicated to Ryszard Siwiec, located at the headquarters of the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes.
Representatives of the IPN at the Economic Forum in Karpacz
The IPN leadership with President Karol Nawrocki took part in this year's Economic Forum in Karpacz, sitting on a number of panels and discussing a number of issues, from Russian disinformation, to state help for Polish diaspora abroad, to history teaching and future education.
Funeral ceremonies of the Polish female prisoners from KL Ravensbrück – Fürstenberg/Havel, 6 September 2022
On 6 September 2022, the solemn re-interment of the remains of the Polish female prisoners from KL Ravensbrück took place in Fürstenberg/Havel. The focal point of the celebration was a Memorial Mass to commemorate the victims celebrated at 12 pm by Archbishop Andrzej Dzięga, the Metropolitan Bishop of the Szczecin-Kamień Diocese. The ceremonies, co-organized by the Institute of National Remembrance, were attended by family members of the victims. The Institute of National Remembrance was represented by Deputy President Krzysztof Szwagrzyk, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Karol Nawrocki, President of the National Remembrance Institute: Through reparations to reconciliation
Every mention of war reparations brings an allergic reaction from Berlin. In turn, payment thereof would be a milestone and an opportunity for Germany to lead to complete Polish-German reconciliation.
COLLECTED CONTENT: "The Image of Treblinka in the Eyes of Samuel Willenberg" educational project
In January 2020, the Institute of National Remembrance initiated an exhibition and educational project on the basis of sculptures by Samuel Willenberg, depicting people and situations he remembered particularly vividly during his imprisonment at Treblinka. These unique sculptures, constituting the world heritage of the Holocaust, were brought by the IPN from Israel for the purposes of the project.