|Here are links to a variety of
projects, of this Division and other organizations, in the furtherance of
Polish culture and knowledge of Polish history.
- Zofia Korbońska, Patriot and Resistance Fighter, 1915-2010
Museum of Polish History, concentrating on 1919-1945, relations with
Canada & USA.
InPosterum: [Latin - for the future], a nonprofit, public benefit
corporation for the specific purpose of preserving and popularizing
selected subjects of World War II history and its aftermath with a focus
on Central and Eastern Europe.
- Katyn Massacre, 1940:
A compendium of links to information,
documents and articles about this crime against the Polish nation.
- Warsaw Uprising,
1944: On the 60th Anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising (August 1,
1944), the Washington Metropolitan Area Division has put together a
series of pages honoring this heroic event. Included are descriptions of
the Anniversary Observances in Warsaw, July 30 - August 2, 2004.
Wartime Resistance: A web site about the home Army (Armia Krajowa)
in four languages
- Book about
Ejszyszki by historian Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, honored with the
Józef Mackiewicz Award in 2003.
- Siberian Victims Memorial:
monument memorializing approximately 1.7 million Polish citizens who made
the enforced journey to Siberia or other places of Soviet exile.
- Enigma Files: Information on how the German
Enigma codes were broken by Polish mathematicians in WW2.
Royal Navy Cmdr. Patrick Beesly, in his book
it, it is no exaggeration to say that Germany might have won the Second
World War." In English
- Memoirs by Jan Kanty Miska:
"Od Beliny do Sławoja"
covering the interwar years, the September 1939 campaign and his
internment in a German POW camp. In Polish.