Fear has accompanied man over millennia. Until recently, there was fear of a nuclear war, now climate change being the first source of anxiety. Until as late as the end of the 19th century, greatest scare was associated with war, hunger and epidemics. Diseases hold a special place among things people fear.
On 5 March 2020, the Polish Embassy in Brussels held a screening of films produced by the Polish History Museum and focused on General Stanisław Maczek.
The Polish History Museum has just acquired yet another exhibit. A SKOT military armoured carrier is going to be put on view at the permanent seat of the MHP in the gallery titled The Poles and Communism. The carrier is one of the most recognisable symbols of the martial law period.
On 5 March 2020, the Polish Embassy in Brussels offers a screening of films produced by the Polish History Museum and focused on General Stanisław Maczek and his First Armoured Division. Two films are going to be shown: An Invincible One: The Story of General Stanisław Maczek and Marian at War: An Animated Story of Marian Walentynowicz.
Director of the Polish History Museum Robert Kostro has become chair of the Advisory Board of the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. On 6-7 February, the annual meeting of the ENRS’s representatives was held in Warsaw. Scholars, politicians and social activists from eight countries discussed plans and directions of the Network’s development for years to come as well as summed up its activity to date.
Historian Alfredas Bumblauskas, poet and translator Kornelijus Platelis and the company Kauno tiltai are this year’s recipients of awards bestowed by the Poland-Lithuania Cooperation and Dialogue Forum. It is important for us to strengthen Polish-Lithuanian relations,’ said Robert Kostro, director of the Polish History Museum, during the award ceremony.
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