The attack by German troops on the Polish Military Transit Depot at Westerplatte has become a symbol of the beginning of the Second World War – the largest armed conflict in human history, which resulted in the death of millions of people. The Westerplatte Peninsula, an enclave of the Republic of Poland within the territory […]
We are excited to announce that Digital Westerplatte project, designed by Chronospace IT company for the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, has received a distinction in the “Startup – The Best Technological Solution” category in the “Innovation Eagle” contest by Rzeczpospolita daily. The IT company Chronospace, together with the scientific team of […]
The battle of Varna was one of the greatest clashes of Europe in the twilight of Middle Ages. It had grave, long-term consequences for Europe. The infographic “Varna 1444- the Last Crusade” paints a historical background and describes the course of the battle.
The Battle of Warsaw, also called “the Miracle on the Vistula”, was the decisive battle which took place from the 13th to the 25th of September 1920, between the units of the Soviet Red Army and the units of the Polish Army grouped around the Vistula river. The National Bank of Poland commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Warsaw in 1920 with a collector’s banknote.