On the last Tuesday the Independence March took place in the capital city of Poland. According to the represed media there was 45 thousand people, but the truth is that there was more than 100 thousand people that came from all over Poland, and also from Europe. Many fellow nationalists from other European countries took the time to attend our celebration that day. Continue Reading
Warsaw Uprising in a brief instance of armed against German troops occupy Warsaw. Was organized by the Army, everything took place as part of the “Storm”. Official ACTIVITY tallest structures Polish Underground State – aimed at mastering the main centers of the country before the arrival of the Soviets.
March 23 celebrated the official Day of Polish-Hungarian Friendship/Brotherhood. It was established in 2007, first by the Hungarian parliament, and then followed by the Polish Parliament. Our friendship is unique. Both countries with beautiful and proud history.
“”Hungary and Poland are enduring oaks,
which have grown separate boles,
while their roots reach out and invisibly intertwine in the ground.
That is why the existence and forcefulness of one is a condition of the other’s life and health.” Stanislaw Worcell (1849)
Despite such different ethnic, linguistic adn cultural roots, the Polish and Hungarian nations remain in friendship for more than ten centuries! Although no surveys have been made about what proportion of Hungarians and Poles can recall the full poem, it must be a high figure in both countries, and practically the full populations are aware of a special relationship between the two Central European nations. No other similar widespread bilingual proverb exists about the mutual relations of two nations.
Three days ago there was a Day of Remembrance of Soldiers Accursed celebrated in Poland. Hundreds of people gathered together in number of different cities to celebrate this moment, in the memory of our soldiers. In some cities, thousands to be seen on the streets. Football fans, supporters, fanatics, kids with their families, pensioners, nationalists, patriots – everyone. On the streets you would be able to see people chanting their names walking together with white – red flags, and the supporters firing off the flares. But…what are the “Cursed Soldiers”?Continue Reading
As I promised yesterday I’ll write about my trip to Clonmacnoise. I can’t really remember exactly when was it, but it was my one of the first journeys on the Irish landscape away from Athlone. I was in Galway before that. Clonmacnoise (Irish: Cluain Mhic Nois, “meadow of the sons of Nos”) is a monastic site overlooking the River Shannon in County Offaly – geographical center of Ireland. The extensive ruins include a cathedral, castle, round tower, numerous churches, two important high crosses, and a large collection of early Christian grave slabs. The main reason to visit the place was… Continue Reading
As you already know guys, I’ve never been a huge fan of history, I never like it before, but since last couple of weeks my interests in history increased.
Few days ago doing a bit of the research on internet I read about the oldest living man in Europe… Continue Reading