Fat Thursday

Fat Thursday is traditionally observed in the last week of carnival  before Lent. The tradition of eating doughnuts on Fat Thursday in Poland goes back to the 17th century. Fat Thursday, Polish: tłusty czwartek; is a traditional feast marking the last Thursday before Lent. It is connected with Carnival celebrations. The Lent is a period of fasting so Fat Thursday is the last day before Easter when Poles can cut themselves some slack. The whole
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72 Anniversary of Operation Kutschera

Today we commemorate the 72nd Anniversary of Operation Kutschera – one of the most important actions of assassinations of Nazi Officials by the Polish Resistance that end up with success. Operation Kutschera was the code name for the successful assassination of Franz Kutschera who was selected for SS and Reich’s Police Chief in German-occupied Warsaw in September 1943. Almost immediately after his arrival to Warsaw Kutschera started to implement darndest terror measures directed against civilians.
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