This is the last episode of POLcast before Christmas and the last one this year. So we wish you:
WESOŁYCH ŚWIĄT I DOBREGO ROKU 2023
In this episode:
• UCL Leaders – a great annual conference initiated by Polish students
University College London (UCL) is ranked #8 in QS World University Rankings 2023 and has produced 30 Nobel Prize laureates amongst its alumni and current and former faculty to date. UCL was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and women to university education.
UCL students organize a highly prestigious conference – UCL Leaders, an annual conference facilitating debates on the most pressing international issues facing the world today. It started as an initiative of Polish UCL students but has since moved to a truly international scale.
London University Tour – Program for high school students from Poland
• A WWII puzzle solved – new thriller Who Has Buried The Dead
Who Has Buried The Dead is based on historical facts. The book talks bout a secret so critical to the emerging world order that the NKVD, Gestapo and the Allies led a desperate search, using any and all means, at their disposal – including murder – to solve it.
KGE “Chuck” Konkel, its author, has written two previous thrillers-both extremely well received nationally and internationally. The Glorious East Wind about the final years of British Hong Kong and accurately predicted the Tiananmen Square massacre. Evil Never Sleeps shows the corrupt nature of the PRI Mexico’s ruling party and its involvement in Mexico’s state-owned oil company.
Konkel appeared in media across North America on Larry King Live, NBC (National) John Miller, PBS national radio and David Letterman, among many others.
Chuck is a cop – an international organized crime specialist, an expert in the fields of both Asian and Eastern European organized crime with past assignments in Hong Kong, Poland and Moscow.
More about the book and how to buy it