Postcards From Nowhere with Utsav Mamoria podcast

The Oak Tree that chronicled Poland's Modern History

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Prepare to be transported to the heart of Krakow, Poland, where an ancient Oak tree holds secrets of a nation's tumultuous history. Step back in time to November 6, 1939, when shadows of tyranny descended upon Poland, targeting its intellectual backbone. Unveil the riveting account of sacrifice, resilience, and a silent sentinel the Oak of Freedom that bore witness to Poland's fierce struggle for liberty. Join us for a compelling episode on Postcards from Nowhere, as we explore the haunting echoes of a nation's fight for its soul, etched in the annals of time

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