Invasion of Poland from the Polish Perspective | Animated History

Another video to get more info on Polish history & its relationship with neighbouring countries

Continue reading

How did the Soviets Lose to Poland? (1919-1921) | Animated History


Continue reading

Animated History of Poland Video

Polish history is filled to the brim with diversity, so the idea transforming it into a gripping tale was a very exciting challenge. Platige created an exciting trip back in time that takes you through 1000 years of history in about 8 minutes, 140 events that feature 500 animated characters from different historical periods. The film was created to represent Poland at the Expo 2010 in Shanghai for PARP

Continue reading

The Invasion of Poland (1939) Video History

History video on how Poland was invaded.Enjoy

Continue reading

Polish Castles – Stunning Aerial Drone Film View of Best Castles of Poland

Looking for the best castles to travel to? You have a chance to take a virtual trip to Poland and explore the most incredible polish castles that’ll make you want to visit them right now.  Enjoy the aerial views of the World’s largest brick building made by human, Malbork Castle or explore the beautiful surrounding of Moszna Castle with its magnificent garden. Take in the beauty of Poland from above, enjouy stunning aerial footage that allow you to explore the country from another angle.

Continue reading

Issues about Poland’s Proposed Ban on the Term “Polish Death Camps”

If the bill, passed by Poland’s lower legislature last week, becomes law, it would become illegal to suggest that Poles were complicit in the Holocaust

Late last week, Polish lawmakers granted initial approval to a law that has sparked grave concerns among Israeli officials and Holocaust historians.

Continue reading

You know you are in Poland when…


Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland

1. You can’t figure out how to greet other people. Your friend’s grandparents give you three kisses on the cheeks — left, right, and left again. Their father kisses you on the back of your hand in an outdated fashion while their mother gives you a flimsy handshake and their brother just says, “Cześć” from a distance.

2. When people speak, all you hear is “shhh chhh shhh chhh.”

3. You have no idea what the deal is with those ą, ę, ó, ć, ł, ś, ż, ź letters. How are you supposed to pronounce city names like Szczebrzeszyn, Łódź, Wrzeszcz or Trzcianka?

4. There is a flat voice speaking Polish over the original voices in English in movies on TV. It’s the same voice that reads the lines of all characters in the movie: men, women, and children.

5. The Polish voice in movies heavily euphemizes the language. “Get the f*** out from here, you motherf****!” is read in a monotonous intonation as “Odejdź stąd, ty szarlatanie.”

6. You are required to take your shoes off and leave them by the door when you enter someone’s house. You get guest slippers to walk around in inside.

7. Buying bread becomes a mind-boggling decision. Bakery shelves are lined with a selection of bread you have never seen before. You find round brown whole-wheat bread, oval white with crunchy crust sprinkled with poppy seeds, square sunflower seed sourdough bread, rectangular soy or flax seed loaves, as well as croissant-shaped milky rogale and different flavored buns: cheese and onion, 7 grains, pumpkin seed and Italian herbs.

8. Your breakfast is huge. You get your favorite bread, spread some butter on it and prepare open sandwiches layered with ham, cheese or cottage cheese, lettuce leaves, sliced cucumber, tomatoes, radishes and spring onions. You then sprinkle some salt and pepper over. Instead of coffee, you drink hot tea with a slice of lemon in it.

9. You are grateful for the substantiality of your breakfast, because the main meal of the day isn’t until 4pm. Around noon you get “second breakfast” — a piece of fruit, a sandwich, or a sweet pastry and a coffee.

10. All the dishes in typical restaurants contain potatoes. Boiled, mashed, fried or baked potatoes accompany any main course, but there are also kopytka (Polish gnocchi), potato pancakes, pierogi filled with potatoes and cottage cheese.

11. With your meal, you are served a drink of warm strawberry water, a few boiled pieces of fruit floating in it. You learn that it’s called kompot and that it can be made out of any fruit.

12. You eat all kinds of food made out of “rotten” ingredients. Sauerkraut is just rotten cabbage, ogórki kiszone are fermented cucumbers, traditional barszczis made out of beets that had gone bad (now vinegar is used to gives it the sour taste), żurek is a soup based on fermented yeast dough.

13. You are surprised to discover that none of the “rotten” foods make you sick.

14. You go for a walk in the forest and run into people picking wild mushrooms and blueberries.

15. Everyone lives off seasonal fruit in the summer. You eat jagodzianki, blueberry-filled yeast-dough sweet rolls, every day.

16. You can buy beer and vodka in a shop dedicated entirely to alcohol sales. Any time, any day.

17. You order a beer at a bar and you’re asked if you’d like raspberry syrup in it. You decide to give it a try. Your beer is served with a straw.

18. You can never have another type of vodka again after tasting how delicious Żubrówka is.

19. You discover that Polish people indeed make great use of their seasonal fruit when you try nalewki, fruity spirits. Many households produce them for own personal consumption.

20. Zapiekanka is your anti-hangover food. At the end of the night, you eat an entire 50-centimeter long baguette cut open, topped with mushrooms and cheese and grilled, then served with cabbage salad and slices of ogórki kiszone on top and lots of garlic sauce.

Henry Sapiecha



2…Worldwide famous Poles and people of Polish roots

3…Who are the Polish People? Where did the Poles come from? History of Poland

4…Polish History in 10 minutes

5…45 Interesting things about Poland

6…Poland Rediscovered: Krakow, Auschwitz, and Warsaw

7…Best of Krakow: city of Polish Kings

8…HELL MARCH _ Polish Army || Piekielny marsz 2017 HD

9…Sexy and beautiful Women in polish army

10..Top 5 Most Feared Special Forces In the World

11..How Powerful is Poland ? – Polish Military Power 2017

12..UKRAINE VS POLAND – Military Power Comparison 2017

13..Hungary and Poland defend Europe from Islamic invasion * B.Szydło & V.Orban – ULTIMATE NO TO E.U.!

14..National Geographic – Guardians Of Nature: Poland (2005)

15..Poland is beautiful

16..Poland’s Geographic Challenge

17..Gladiators of World War II – The Free Polish Forces [E5/13]

18..Heroes Of War Poland Episode 2 Cichociemni

19..Bloody foreigners. Untold Battle of Britain

20..Husaria – Polska Duma / The Winged Hussars – Polish Pride

21..POLAND / Rzeczpospolita

22..Battle of Prostki – October 8, 1656

23..The battle of Poltava (Swedish warfare) (Without music.)

24..Z OGNJEM IN MEČEM – Sottotitoli-Podnapisi -Subtitles- WITH FIRE AND SWORD-Old world polish movie of the Robin Hood genre

25..With Fire and Sword part 3 Tűzzel Karddal, only english text, polish voice Ogniem i mieczem

26..With Fire and Sword part 4 Tűzzel Karddal, only english text, polish voice Ogniem i mieczem

27..With Fire and Sword part 3 Tűzzel Karddal, only english text, polish voice Ogniem i mieczem

28..2/4 With Fire and Sword Tűzzel Karddal

29..Ostatni pociąg do Auschwitz – PL

30..Katyń [ru, en, fr subtitles] MOVIE.The massacre of 30,000 polish elite by the Russians.

31..Karol The man who became pope. Full length movie in English

32..John Paul II A Pope Who Made History with Cardinal Sapiecha




Monarchs of Poland over the centuries

Uploaded on Sep 11, 2009

Poland has a long and colorful royal history. Since the 9th Century Poland was ruled by dukes, high dukes and kings at various times. Sometimes hereditary the Polish monarchy was more often elective, the throne often passing back and forth between competing forces. From 1386 to 1572 the Jagiellon dynasty provided the Kings of Poland and Grand Dukes of Lithuania. After that the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth came into being and was, for a time, a major force in central Europe at one point even threatening to dominate Russia. In 1795 it all ended with the partition of Poland between Prussia, Austria and Russia. During World War I the Germans and Austrians set up a Kingdom of Poland under a regency but after their defeat a new republican Poland was established.


Henry Sapiecha