Directed by the famed Polish director Andrzej Wajda, KATYN is about the murder of 15,000 Polish officers by the Soviet Secret Police during World War II. Among them was Wajda’s own father. KATYN uses stories from authentic diaries and letters to tell the fate of four fictional officers and their families. The truth was denied by the Soviet government until nearly sixty years after the massacre.
With introduction by Mikolaj Kunicki, assistant professor of history and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow.
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