108th anniversary of Irena Sendler's birthday

During the war, Irena Sendler saved 2,500 Jewish children from death. The group managed by her has saved twice as many Jews from extermination as Oskar Schindler, known worldwide. Most of them found shelter in the homes of Poles and monasteries of the Catholic Church - writes Piotr Balcerowski, editor of ER.

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75th anniversiry of "Raczyński's Note"

On December 10, 1942, the Polish government-in-exile appealed to signatory states of the United Nations Declaration with a request to prevent crimes being committed against the Jewish population in German-occupied Poland. It listed the ways in which the Polish government had provided info and made protests, and called on Western states to stop the crimes.

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