19 May 2015
One of the themes of this year’s Hidden Door Festival is Kantor's legacy in Scotland. The event will feature music, visual arts, theatre, film, dance shows and performances inspired by Kantor’s works, performed by both Polish and Scottish artists.
7 May 2015
In the spring of 1945, the victory of the Allies in the war against Nazi Germany was not threatened in any way. The only issue that remained to be decided was the date and whose armies would be the first to march into Berlin. The hour in which the act of surrender was signed was responsible for the fact that in Western countries the end of the war is commemorated on 8 May, while in Russia and many former Soviet states, victory over fascism is celebrated one day later.
28 April 2015
“It’s worth being decent,” used to say Professor Władysław Bartoszewski (1922-2015), former foreign minister, historian, writer, activist of the Polish Underground State, and former prisoner at the Auschwitz German Nazi concentration camp.
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