10 July 1995 Not far from the heart of Warsaw, some fifty meters from the Central Railway Station, is the building of BGW Publishers, the employer of the former Polish president and one of the most controversial personalities in the recent Polish history: General Wojteh Jaruzelski. Today the general belongs to the social layer often […]

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