This short, animated feature (commemorating the 78th anniversary of the Soviet attack on Poland) sums up the magnificent and tragic history of Polish people from 1939 to the end of the communist era. It contains an especially important lesson for younger generations of Poles and non-Poles alike, who often forget about the intrinsic evil of leftist regimes. It also shows that the Poles finally start to take pride in their history which is certainly nothing to be ashamed of.
Open letter to Mr. David Walmsley – Editor-in-Chief The Globe and Mail firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Subject: Paul Waldie’s article about Poland, G&M 2018-01-24 Dear Mr. Walmsley, Your paper seldom devotes any space to Poland, […]
Honouring Canadian-Polish Friendship in War and Peace This wreath-laying concept was born on the slopes of Mont Ormel in Normandy, where some years ago I stood on the ground where the 1st Polish Armored Division, […]
Lecimy do Polski. Uhonorować polskich żołnierzy, którzy walcząc na frontach II wojny światowej u boku kanadyjskich towarzyszy broni, oddali życie w nadziei, że kiedyś powrócą do ojczyzny. Ci, którzy zginęli, pozostali na cmentarzach Normandii, ci […]