April 23rd, 2011
Episode 60 of 1468 episodes
On the anniversary of the Smolensk air crash, writer and historian Adam Zamoyski examines how Polish politics and society have been affected by the events of 10 April 2010, a day on which Poland lost its President and 95 others, which included many talented public servants and dignitaries. For Part Two, Zamoyski travels to Warsaw to examine how the legacy of the crash has impacted on a year of Polish politics.
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