Poland’s prime minister says he’s given instructions for the government to buy a house in France where the Nobel-winning scientist couple Marie Sklodowska-Curie and Pierre Curie spent holidays and weekends from 1904-1906
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F-117 Nighthawk, Middle East
The F-117s are weird jets. But they're flying again.
Here's What You Need To Remember: It became apparent to the United States’ war planners that if NATO bombers and fighters were to fly against the...
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As they consolidate power, leftists will punish dissidents more forcefully. Artur Pawlowski, a Calgary pastor who immigrated from formerly totalitarian Poland, lifted our spirits when he threw the Covid police out of his church, sending them off...
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The world has never had a global price on carbon. Instead, more than 60 emission trading systems and taxes have been stitched together by national governments pricing a ton of CO₂, anywhere from less than $1(Poland) to more than $120 (Sweden). A...
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A report from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) suggests that beefing up the Polish military strength and America's presence in the country could do just that.
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A disposable face masks is seen lying on the pavement during the coronavirus pandemic. Krakow, Poland on October 16th, 2020.
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Pennsylvania's governor said the state's mask mandate wouldn't be...
When a Warsaw court blocked a state-controlled oil refinery from gobbling up a large regional news group last month, many celebrated the decision as a press freedom victory.But celebrations may be short-lived. The next day, Daniel Obajtek, chief...
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World War II,
Though there are no doubt hundreds of thousands of unexploded munitions still littering Europe today, this may have been the last Tallboy explosion ever. Be sure to take a look.
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The artefacts are well preserved despite their significant age and the conditions they endured before being discovered.
The Su-25 Frogfoot was created in response to a titanic clash between the ground forces of NATO and the Warsaw Pact by busting tanks and blasting infantry in Close Air Support missions.
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These tanks served as a valuable resource for Poland as modernization of the tank into the PT-91 “Twardy.”
Here's What You Need to Remember: Such a tank would likely be cheaper and more cost-effective than the PT-16 or...
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World War II, Europe
The Wehrmacht did not think of itself as practicing a new form of warfare.
Here's What You Need to Know: The success of mechanized units against Poland later informed the Wehrmacht’s maneuver-oriented...
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Cold War History,
Seven days was all they needed to ensure a Warsaw Pact, or so they thought.
Here's What You Need to Know: Not all of the Warsaw Pact nations were on board with the seemingly-overreaching attack...
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The Biden administration ramped up the delivery of military aid to Ukraine in early March, committing $125 million for patrol boats, counter-artillery radar, and satellite intelligence assistance. Weeks after the aid was announced, militia forces in...
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MINSK 13 (Sputnik) - The Belarusian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that it detected a violation of the country’s state border by an unidentified aircraft from Poland on Monday and summoned a Polish military attache over the incident.
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Clubhouse Drop-in audio chat app logo on the App Store is seen displayed on a phone screen in this illustration photo taken in Poland on February 3, 2021.
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Reporter Taylor Lorenz has been targeted by...
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Cold War History, World
NATO helped deter the Soviets, but Moscow also set up the Warsaw Pact in response.
Key point: NATO and the Warsaw Pact divided much of the world into two hostile, armed camps. How did the world avoid a...
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