I used to raise polish (the US version) and they are adorable. I loved them in chocolate and broken, but also bred them in black and blue. I tended to sell off my best and let people who loved to show put them on the table. I put a few on the table myself and did okay but not as good as the best that I let go.
Polish are a medium breed rabbit that was gradually bred down to be dwarf sized. They have a sweet calm temperament. They can mature to 3.5 lbs, but are usually in the 2.5-3 lb range. They have a bold beautiful eye.
They did NOT originate in Poland, but most likely in England or possibly Germany. Polish breeders gradually refined the breed to not be racy or blocky in type. The Breed club page.
Hungary gives us a white rabbit known as the Pannon White. A 5-10 lb rabbit. It is a combination of New Zealand white and Californian breeding.
Originating in Germany, the Perlfree is blueish-grey colour, with dark, light and medium shades accepted. It has a light belly and light rings around the eyes. A 5-8 lb rabbit. They are known for being docile and friendly.
There are a variety of Plush Lops being developed that vary in size and what breeds are used to develop them. Some are holland lop/mini rex combinations, others use rex and mini lop. The end goal is a lop-eared rabbit with rex fur. This breed is sometimes called a Velveteen Lop.
The Pointed Beveren comes from Belgium a 7lb rabbit that comes in Black, Blue, Brown, and Lilac.
Remember how the US version of the Polish rabbit came from England? They still have the original polish in England! They are racy, upright posing rabbits that look a lot like Britannia Petite! Weight of only 2.5 lbs.
And I think that has the "P's" covered. :)