DAY 2 – NOVEMBER 19, 2019
NATIONAL PRESS CLUB

FROM THE THE RIBBENTROP-MOLOTOV PACTS TO WORLD WAR II AND THE OCCUPATION OF POLAND BY NAZI GERMANY AND SOVIET RUSSIA

8:00 am

Registration of participants

9:00 am

Prof. Marek Kornat
Two totalitarian powers against Poland – The Ribbentrop-Molotov Pacts (August – September 1939)

9:20 am

Prof. Małgorzata Gmurczyk-Wrońska Poland and her Allies. 1939 (presentation in Polish, simultaneously interpreted to English)

9:40 am

Dr. Ing. Bruno Wasser
Generalplan Ost (Master Plan for the East)

10:00 am

Prof. Tadeusz Wolsza
Katyn massacre and Katyn lie in the international arena (presentation in Polish, simultaneously interpreted to English)

10:20 am

Questions & Answers

10:40 am

Break

11:00 am

Prof. Mariusz Wołos
Polish-Soviet relationship during World War II – stereotypes and reality

11:20 am

Dr. Rafał Łatka
Polish Catholic Church in occupied Poland

11:40 am

Prof. Jan Stanisław Ciechanowski
Contribution of the Polish Intelligence Service to the Allied Victory over Germany in World War Two

12:00 am

Questions & Answers

12:20 am

Lunch break

INFOWARS

1:20 pm

Prof. Mieczyslaw Biskupski
Hollywood’s War with Poland, 1939-1945

1:40 pm

Prof. Norman Domeier
Collaboration between Associated Press and Nazi Germany

2:00 pm

Dan Zamoyski
Distortion of Polish World War II history by the media, academia and politicians and its consequences. Auschwitz survey

2:20 pm

Prof. Peter Paprzycki
Prof. Christine Fox
Prof. Svetlana Beltyukova

The application of a Rasch model in the study of external perceptions of the role of Poland in the World War Two; the value of a psychometric approach

2:40 pm

Questions & Answers

3:00 pm

Break

POLES AND JEWS DURING WORLD WAR TWO

November 19, 2019

3:20 pm

Prof. Grzegorz Berendt
Poles and Jews under German occupation. Gross’s thesis reconsidered

November 19, 2019

3:40 pm

Prof. Bogdan Musiał
Who will help a Jew? (presentation in Polish, simultaneously interpreted to English)

4:00 pm

Daniel Kawczynski, Member of Parliament (United Kingdom)
(title of the presentation to be announced soon)

4:20 pm

Questions & answers

5:00 pm

End of the 2nd day of the conference

At 7 pm reception at the residence of Poland’s ambassador to the United States, Prof. Piotr Wilczek. The program includes a music recital. There is no fee for the participants of the conference. However, a registration for the reception is required.