School History Essay Prize 2020-21: Winners Announced

The Foundation holds an annual school history essay prize for sixth form students. The 2020-21 essay prize was on the subject of Witold Pilecki, the man who volunteered to go into Auschwitz concentration camp. The deadline was January 24th and the awards ceremony will take place at the Polish Embassy.

School History Essay Prize 2020-21

Entries are invited for a new history essay prize for sixth form students in the United Kingdom. The subject this year is Witold Pilecki, the man who volunteered to go into Auschwitz concentration camp.

Why a Museum of Communist Terror?

More deaths resulted from Communist rule in China than anywhere else. Estimates vary between 40 million and 70 million. Yet in a recent poll of young people, 70 per cent had not even heard of Chairman Mao Tse-tung, who presided over most of these deaths.

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