The IPN project "Trails of Hope. Odyssey of Freedom" inaugurated in Uzbekistan
On 4 October 2022 in Tashkent, the IPN President Karol Nawrocki, Ph.D. and Director of the Agency "Uzarchiv" Ulugbek Yusupov signed a memorandum of cooperation between the Institute of National Remembrance and the National Archive of Uzbekistan. The ceremony was attended by Polish Ambassador to Italy Anna Maria Anders.
The IPN exhibition "Trails of Hope. The Odyssey of Freedom" in Georgia - 3 October 2022
The IPN exhibition entitled the "Trails of Hope. Odyssey of Freedom," dedicated to the efforts of the Polish Armed Forces during the Second World War and the fate of the civilian population evacuated from the Soviet Union with General Anders’ Army was launched today at the Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University. A delegation from the IPN headed by the Institute’s Deputy President Karol Polejowski, Ph.D. D.Sc. took part in the event.
Kornel Morawiecki, one of the leaders of the anti-communist opposition, commemorated on the third anniversary of his death — 30 September 2022
On 30 September 2022, the Deputy President of the Institute of National Remembrance Prof. Karol Polejowski laid flowers at the grave of the leader of " Fighting Solidarity ".
The downloadable "Polish Underground State" web app
The „Polskie Państwo Podziemne” /"Polish Underground State" is an educational game presenting the wide spectrum of activities of the Polish Underground State by displaying the portraits and biographies of people who were actively involved in its activity as part of the structures of the Polish Underground State.
Samuel Willenberg in Polish Seym
On 6 October 2022, a unique exhibition dedicated to Samuel Willenberg was presented at the Polish Seym. The inauguration of the exhibition was attended by the Deputy Speaker of the Seym Małgorzata Kidawa-Błońska, the Deputy Minister of Culture and National Heritage Jarosław Sellin as well as Willenberg’s wife Ada-Krystyna Willenberg.
The 80th anniversary of the German Genocide of Jews
The Sub-Branch of the Institute of National Remembrance in Kielce and the "Świętokrzyski Sztetl" Museum and Educational Center in Chmielnik invites you to a press conference, which will be held on 7 October, at 10:00 a.m., at the "Świętokrzyski Sztetl" in Chmielnik, 14 Wspólna St. The press conference will be followed by the opening of the “Aktion Reinhardt 1942-1943” exhibition, and the scientific conference about Operation Reinhardt in the Kielce region.
International Conference Need to Know XI: Defence Intelligence in the Cold War and Beyond – Cold War Museum Langelands Fort (Denmark), 6–7 October 2022
Since antiquity, intelligence has often been pivotal in the success or failure of conflict. Preventing surprise and providing an overview of the adversary’s armed forces have been key factors in military and political decisionmaking. During the Cold War, defence intelligence was vital to stability, and today it is again sadly relevant following the Russian invasion of the Ukraine.