Józef Mackiewicz (April 1, 1902 – January 31, 1985) was a Polish writer, novelist and political commentator; best known for his documentary novels Nie trzeba głośno mówić (One Is Not Supposed to Speak Aloud), and Droga donikąd (The Road to Nowhere). He staunchly opposed communism, referring to himself as an "anticommunist by nationality".

Partially financed by The Institute of National Remembrance digitalization of Józef Mackiewicz’s legacy started in February 2014. Team of Dorota Zielińska Ph.D, Dobrochna Jaworowicz, Maciej Frydrychowicz and Sławomir Peregończuk from The Institute of National Remembrance in Warsaw are working on that project.

2013

Partially financed by The Institute of National Remembrance digitalization of Jerzy Stempowski’s legacy started in March 2013. Team of Arkadiusz Serwa, Konrad Waśniewski, Marek Piotrowski and Krzysztof Wojda from The Institute of National Remembrance in Warsaw are working on that project.

2012

The legacy of Halszka Wincenza Poniatowska was classified in 2012 by Elżbieta Galik from the Head Office of the State Archives.

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