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European: Polish Outreach

After watching the movie, "The Pianist", I was very inspired to write my thoughts about this movie and the nation of Poland. If you haven't seen this movie, I highly reccomend you to watch this, but I warn you that you need to be emotionally ready. This is another awesome movie based on Jewish persecution during WWII; specifically about a Jewish pianist-Wladyslaw Szpilman-, who survives with God's hand! Yes, based on a true "survivor" story!

The Pianist Trailer

" A Trailer of the movie the pianist starring Adrien Brody"

Movie Related Sites:

  • The Pianist Movie, by Robert Polanski
  • The Pianist (2002), from
  • Movie Mistaks, some facts of small mistakes in making of the movie
  • "...I wished I got to know you better"-Wladyslaw (quoted in the movie right before his family loads on a train to the "infamous" Jewish death camps)
    "God must want us alive..."-German Officer (Wilm Hosenfeld)

    Reccomended Resources



  • CIA Factbook

  • "Poland is an ancient nation that was conceived near the middle of the 10th century. Its golden age occurred in the 16th century. During the following century, the strengthening of the gentry and internal disorders weakened the nation. In a series of agreements between 1772 and 1795, Russia, Prussia, and Austria partitioned Poland amongst themselves."



  • God's Glory Church

  • Build a new church in Poland

    "This is an historic moment in Nowy Sacz Poland! Help us raise the last part of our funds to build a Christian Center in Southern Poland. You can make a difference and reach the lost of Central and Eastern Europe"
    help with building, through prayer and/or financial


  • Information Portal of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland
  • Maps

  • Embassy World
  • Military

    World War II: Invasion of Poland (

    "On Sept 1, 1939, Hitler unleashed his blitzkreig. "Our strength is in our quickness and in our brutality," he screamed, "Be hard. Be without mercy.""
    The Auschwitz: Oswiecim, Poland

    "This is a photostory of my visit to The Auschwitz in Oswiecim, Poland. This was one of the main concentration camps used by Hitler for purpose of work camps, slavery, and the eventual attempted and failed extermination of the Jewish race, homosexuals, and people with disabilities. Among these millions of victims were several other beautiful souls from diverse backgrounds that gave or had their lives stolen in the events of WWII. The Auschwitz-Birkenau is probably the most well-known of all the concentration camps. A short bus ride from Krakow on a snowy,winter's morning in December 2004. A few of the older pictures are taken from various sources to show comparisons between "then" and "now." All obviously "new or current" photos were taken by myself. This may be graphic for some, PG-13 rating due to WWII photos of the atrocities that took place here. Please visit the official web site of the Memorial Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau at http://www.auschwitz-muzeum.oswiecim.... "
    "HOLOCAUST"~AUSCHWITZ A Memorial for a Witness/Father

    "Fraser Czajkowski is the pharmacy manager at a local Albertsons~that is his job. He also is a dedicated father & husband, A Christian. Yet his p%^ion is to share the horror his dad had to endure at the hands of the Nazi's. Thus he is creating a memorial to his Father. On one side is the Germain invasion of Poland, on the other is D-Day..and the focus comes full force with a model of Auschwitz!"

  • WWII in Poland, form
  • Miscellaneous

  • Info Please

  • "Despite a ten-year nonaggression pact signed in 1934, Hitler attacked Poland on Sept. 1, 1939. Soviet troops invaded from the east on Sept. 17, and on Sept. 28, a German-Soviet agreement divided Poland between the USSR and Germany. Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz formed a government-in-exile in France, which moved to London after France's defeat in 1940. All of Poland was occupied by Germany after the Nazi attack on the USSR in June 1941. "
  • Wikipedia

  • "The first Polish state was baptized in 966, within territory similar to the present boundaries of Poland. Poland became a kingdom in 1025, and in 1569 it cemented a long association with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania by uniting to form the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. The Commonwealth collapsed in 1795. Poland regained its independence in 1918 after World War I but lost it again in World War II, occupied by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, emerging several years later as a communist country within the Eastern Bloc under the control of the Soviet Union. In 1989, communist rule was overthrown and Poland became what is informally known as the "Third Polish Republic". "


  • Samaritan Purse

  • Gwiazdkowa Niespodzianka 2006/2007

    "An overview of the "Samaritan's Purse" action in Krakow, Poland and in Ukraine (the titles are in Polish)."


    Ho Bisogno di Te - Roberto Bignoli

    "Live Concert Varsavia (Poland)"

  • Warstaty Gospel Poznan, Poland 2005, from aol video

  • Poznan Gospel Choir

    "In touch Missions International visits the Poznan Gospel Choir."
  • Porozumienie

  • "POROZUMIENIE - polish rock group sing "AMEN" in their own prayer to JESUS - we say "AMEN" everytime, when we gotta strenght - to be strogner later, stronger of HOLY SPIRIT POWER... God Bless Ya...
    *see Say Moon Light


    Visit Poland

    "Visit Poland. See the beautiful market squares in Wroclaw and Poznan. Learn about the language, the food and the low cost of visiting. Also a special feature on visiting Poland to visit the Dentist cheaply. Produced by Independent Travel"

  • Lonely Planet, travel info
  • Polish National Tourist Office
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