On February 10, 1971, mostly female textile workers in Lodz, Poland, went on strike in an incredibly brave worker actions against the communist regime. It was relatively apolitical, but was.
Source: Freedom House Apropos of Scott's previous post, the Brussels Sprouts podcast has a very good rundown with Dan Kelemen and Zselyke Csaky. You should give it a listen. https://soundcloud.com/brussels-sprouts/autocratization-in-central-europe-with-dan-kelemen-and-freedom-houses-zselyke-csaky
Ishaan Tharoor has a very good discussion of the broader context of Trump's meeting with Polish President Andrzej Duda. Though accustomed to lectures from Brussels, Duda and his allies are.
On August 7, 1980, a Polish shipworker named Anna Walentynowicz was fired from her job at the Gdansk shipyard five months before she was due to retire for engaging in.
Twenty years ago, the wonderful director Krzysztof Kieślowski died. His most famous work is the Blue, White, Red trilogy made in France. Those are great films, but his best work.
If you ever wanted to read about the discovery of a rather sizable 18th century dildo in Poland, here's your chance.
I'm plowing through Vincent Orange's Bomber Champion: The Life of Marshal of the RAF Sir John Slessor. Slessor was a significant player in the organizational development of the RAF after World.
I'm not so sure Santorum would approve of this sex kit for church-going Polish Catholics: The dice recommends where partners should caress or kiss each other, if they have run.