Polish history is most often associated with important global events. And that’s true, but it’s not everything. However, for foreigners, this might be the only way they learn about the history of the country. Yet Polish history is a diverse story, in which there are moments of both tragedy and glory. And now, you can find more about all of them on the new Polish history portal created by Polish History Museum from Warsaw.
A new source of knowledge about Polish history
If you want to know more, click here: http://polishhistory.pl/. This portal is addressed to people interested in the history of Poland and Central Europe and aims to build a community of both professional historians and history enthusiasts. The website provides information on events, conferences and meetings, as well as reviews of new and interesting publications about the history of Poland and Central European countries. Come and find out what’s inside!
The most important Polish facts in a nutshell
The website of the Polish History Museum contains reliable information and does not avoid complex topics such as the history of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the European order after World War I, or the massacre of the Polish officers in Katyn (more on http://polishhistory.pl/posts/). The website is intended as a trustworthy source from which anyone can learn about Polish historical events which have also impacted the world. The content is created in cooperation with eminent historians and offers a diverse selection: reviews, essays, interviews, and multimedia materials. Polish history is an online textbook for aficionados of the interesting stories from Poland.
A community of Polish history enthusiasts
A community is created to not only share knowledge via the Internet, but, also to give you the opportunity to meet others who share the same passion. Information about upcoming events is available on the portal and regularly updated. This community also offers its members a chance to exchange views and become part of a valuable group that cultivates a passion for history and is excited to understand the future by learning about the past.
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