Alberto Trujillo

Alberto Trujillo graduated from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in law and is a director of a company operating in the sector of life sciences research. He lives in Madrid with his wife and four children. Passionate about the history and about Poland, he is the founder and president of the Historical and Cultural Association […]

Professor Svetlana Beltyukova

Svetlana Beltyukova, PhD, is a Professor in the Research and Measurement Program at the University of Toledo and one of the managing partners of Inference, LLC. Her expertise is in the development of surveys, assessments, benchmarks, and scoring systems for high-stakes decision-making across a variety of settings. She has published in top tier journals advocating […]

Professor Christine Fox

Christine Fox, PhD, is a Professor of Research and Measurement at the University of Toledo and one of the managing partners of Inference LLC. Christine is best known for her seminal book on the measurement of perceptions, ‘Applying the Rasch Model: Fundamental Measurement in the Human Sciences’, cited over 6,800 times since its first edition […]

Anu Radha, Film Producer

Anu Radha is an Indian Film Producer and a Communications Specialist, who has made documentary films which has been screened globally. She believes in films that reflect a compassionate humanitarian issue, connecting each soul of One World without borders. Her globally acclaimed film, “A Little Poland in India,” and “Jindobrey India,” showcase a unique gesture […]

Professor Mariusz Wołos

Professor Mariusz Wołos is a historian, professor at the Pedagogical University in Cracow. He lectured at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Historian of the 20th century, history of diplomacy, and Polish-Soviet (Russian) relations. He has published numerous studies on Polish foreign policy in the interwar period. Author, together with professor Marek Kornat, of the […]

Dr. Rafał Łatka

Dr Rafał Łatka is a historian, graduate of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, employee of the Institute of National Remembrance. He also collaborates with the Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw. His research focuses on the history of the Polish Catholic Church in the realities of the communist regime. He wrote a monograph: The Episcopate on […]

Professor Jan Stanisław Ciechanowski

Professor Jan Stanisław Ciechanowski is a historian, lecturer at the Historical Institute of the University of Warsaw, former head of the Office for War Veterans. His research  deals with the history of the 20th century, with a particular focus on Polish-Spanish relations. He wrote, among others, a monograph on Poland’s position on the Civil War […]

Professor Małgorzata Gmurczyk-Wrońska

Professor Małgorzata Gmurczyk-Wrońska, historian, researcher at the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences, researcher of the history of diplomacy, Polish-French relations and the history of Poland in the 20th century. She published, among others, a monograph on Polish-French relations: Poland – France’s Unnecessary Ally? (France towards Poland, 1938 – 1944) [Warsaw 2003] […]

Professor Krzysztof Kosiński

Professor Krzysztof Kosiński is a historian and researcher at the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences, researcher of the history of diplomacy, Polish-French relations, and the history of Poland in the 20th century. He is the author of studies on social history of Communist Poland (the PRL – Polish Peoples Republic). He […]

Kenneth K. Koskodan

Ken Koskodan is the author of No Greater Ally; The Untold Story of Poland’s Forces in World War Two.  He spent decades researching Poland’s role in World War Two and has interviewed many surviving veterans.  The highly acclaimed “No Greater Ally” sold out the initial hardcover printing in just over a year.  It is now […]