The scale of violence in the Holocaust is impossible to imagine for people living in the normal world.
Artur Domosławski’s new book, “The Excluded”, devotes more than five hundred pages to people whom we’d rather not
We have a pretty clear picture of why the Communist regime in Poland collapsed in the late 1980s.
For Europeans, the East always begins somewhere else. For West Germans it's on the Elbe, for Germans from
The vividness of this novel, the liveliness of its narrative, the wonderful dialogues, the interesting social background: all
In the early nineties of the last century, practically anyone who travelled from Poland to the West experienced
When writers of the so-called peasant school – authors such as Wiesław Myśliwski, Edward Redliński, Julian Kawalec, or
Zygmunt Haupt (1907–1975) is a remarkable writer, perhaps one of a kind, and, as sometimes is the fate
Joanna Olczak-Ronikier’s memoirs are a tale without a happy ending, despite starting in 1945 when the war was