We would like to invite you to watch the movie showing the aerial view of Piasnica forests. Two-minute clip contains remarkable pictures taken by drone.read more
The All Saints’ Day and the All Souls’ Day are coming and we will be visiting the graves of our family members and friends.read more
A preview of an exhibition organized to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Congregation of the Sisters of the Resurrection took place in the Museum of Kashubian and Pomeranian Literature and Musicread more
On 30 August 2016 the President of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), Mr. Jarosław Szarek, Ph.D., visited the Piaśnica Museum in Wejherowo.read more
On 22 June the Piaśnica Museum received a honorary guest, the Reverend Robert Ogrodnik, Ph.D., the Ravensbrück Families chaplain.read more
The phrase “Polish” extermination or death camps,which appears from time to time, is a glaring example of the distortion of truth about the past, that is, of historical truth.
Stutthof was the place where 110 000 people were kept: men, women and children; citizens of 28 countries and over 30 nationalities.
The events in Namibia between 1904 and 1908 foreshadowed Nazi ideology and the Holocaust. Yet the genocide in this former colony remains little known in Germany, the rest of Africa and, to some extent, even in Namibia itself.
The Warsaw Rising Museum was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of fighting in Warsaw.
Two million fifty-three thousand people from all over the world visited the site of the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz and Auschwitz II-Birkenau.