In this episode you will hear:
- About Poles as treasure hunters as shown in a BBC film
- A Field-marshal of the Ottoman Army and the Governor of Aleppo – what does he have to do with Poland?
- What happens when your hunch that you are not who everybody thought you were in finally confirmed.
• Wanda Kościa, a Polish filmmaker living in London, talks about her BBC documentary “Hunting the Nazi Gold Train”
• Katka Reszke, a Polish-born, U.S.-based writer, documentary filmmaker, photographer and researcher in Jewish history, talks about her own identity mystery
Also in this episode:
• Non-Poles about Poles – how it is to live with a Pole
• Murad Pasha, Fieldmarshal of the Ottoman Army, Governor of Aleppo, was… a Pole – Jozef Bem, a hero of several nations.
• American country western music’s role in Poland’s resistance against communism