Dr Kamil Kartasinski (born 1992) is a historian, publicist, and book reviewer. His research interests focus on oral history, collective memory, and contemporary history. He is also interested in the history of the Second World War, Poland and German history from 1871 to 1945, deportations of Poles to the Soviet Union from 1940 to 1941, and issues related to the teaching of history.
Author of the genealogical guide “Find your grandfather in …” (Poznań 2019 and 2020) of the book “Boy from Wehrmacht. Soldier of Anders” (Poznań 2018 and 2020) and the ebook “Henryk Sienkiewicz as we do not know him” (Warsaw 2016). Co-author of the book “We were taken away in cattle wagons” (Katowice 2015). Author of scientific articles, co-author of historical exhibitions, participant of national and international research projects and grants. Cooperated with the Institute of National Remembrance, the House of Polish-German Cooperation, the Museum in Gliwice, the Archive of New Files, the Roździeński Institute. Currently, he works at the Upper Silesian Pantheon in Katowice. He deals with the scientific processing of historical memories and transcriptions of recordings with historical witnesses.