"... Bonaparte gave us an example how we should win" - a fragment of the Polish a hymn by Józef Wybicki (1797) refers not only to the Poles. Napoleon was an undisputed genius of war, the strategist who was a head of his time. A short column about what commander he was, how he lived and travelled during military operations.
He had it all: good presence, good ancestry. His uncle was king of Poland. He had a certain je ne sais quoi: charm, good manners, a sense of humour, and a devil-may-care attitude. He was honourable, faithful to the ideals for that he lay down his life. Prince Józef Poniatowski.
This column is a humorous portrayal of the prince figure. An exceptional person who lived in special times.
The Tin-Roofed Palace – the Polish Ministry of War and… the cave of corruption of morals. Let me briefly present you with the story of this unusual, today a bit forgotten place and people who lived in.
Dreams, the power of possibilities and the brutally humbling lesson – a memory of Titanic.