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    ‘In the Name of Truth: The Secret Katyń Institute’ – unveiling the heroic story of Poland’s defenders of truth

    Get ready for a gripping tale of truth and bravery as the documentary film ‘In the Name of Truth: The Secret Katyń Institute’ (Polish: “W imię prawdy. Tajny instytut Katyński”) makes its debut on Saturday, May 13 at 8:00 p.m. on TV Republika.

    This compelling documentary, produced by the Institute of National Remembrance, sheds light on the unwavering courage of a group of Poles who risked everything to fight against the lies surrounding the Katyń massacre and Soviet propaganda during the communist era in Poland.

    The film tells the story of three fearless individuals who founded the Secret Katyń Institute in Krakow in 1978. These individuals were Andrzej Kostrzewski, a former soldier of the Home Army, Adam Macedoński, a graphic artist, and Stanisław Tor. Their goal was to raise awareness among the Polish public about the truth behind the Katyń massacre and to collect archives, testimonies, and mementos related to this heinous crime.

    The director and screenwriter, Jarosław Mańka, brings this incredible story to life with stunning visuals and poignant interviews. The documentary is a testament to the strength of human conviction and the fight for truth and justice in the face of adversity.

    Don’t miss out on this riveting documentary that showcases the unwavering determination of these heroic individuals and their unrelenting pursuit of the truth. Tune in on Saturday, May 13 at 8:00 PM to witness their incredible story.

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