Poland

Grzech and Domski at the Fourth Congress of the Communist International (1922)

Monument to the Third International

In 1922, at the Fourth Congress of the Communist International, Władysław Kowalski (pseudonym Grzech) and Henryk Stein (pseudonym Domski) openly clashed with the leadership of both the Communist Workers’ Party of Poland and the Communist International. This article documents their contribution to the proceedings of the Congress to shed some more light on the Polish Communist Left. For more on the subject check the links in footnotes 2 and 3.

Extracts from the Tragedy of a Jewish Teenager - Stanislaw Smajzner

Stanislaw Smajzner After His Escape From Sobibor

The personal account of Stanislaw Smajzner of his time spent in the Extermination camp at Sobibor. From the start of his journey to Sobibor, through to his participationin the mass escape.

Poland 1956 Photo Gallery

A small collection of photographs documenting the wave of anti government protests in Poland in 1956, that were overshadowed by the events in Hungary of that same year.

Life in the century's midnight

Photo of bodies being burned at Auschwitz taken by resistance member

A history of the left wing and Jewish resistance movement in the Auschwitz concentration camp during the holocaust, by Marcus Barnett.

"Solidarnosc" erare paŝis: 1989

Kritika artikolo pri la eniris de la sindikato "Solidarnosc" al la Pola Registaro.

The last testament of the left communist Gavriil Miasnikov

Miasnikov

Translated and annotated text of the Left communist Gavriil Miasnikov's interrogation by the People's Commissariat for State Security after his return to Russia in 1945, giving an outline of his life and ideas.

Polish artisans strike for the right to vote, Jamestown, Virginia, 1619

A short history of the strike of Polish artisan workers in English colonial North America, for the same right to vote as English people.

Yaroshevskaya, Rebekka Yakoklevna (1887-1937 or after?)

A short biography of anarchist Rebecca Yaroshevskaya active in Bialystok, Tashkent and Kharkov