Recommended Books

Polish-Jewish relations 1939-1945; Beyond the limits of solidarity, by Ewa Kurek

The author reconstructs the wartime history based almost exclusively on Jewish sources. Like in her other books, Ewa Kurek has the courage to raise important questions and the courage to search for equally important answers. https://www.amazon.com/Polish-Jewish-Relations-1939-1945-Beyond-Solidarity/dp/1475938314

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Polish Experience

Shocking! As early as the 1970s, Germans already falsified history to portray Poles as anti-Semites.

On Twitter Sławomir Sieradzki presented two documents showing how the history of Poland was falsified in East Germany known as GDR. On the basis of one of such documents we can see that to lessen their guilt the Germans as early as the 1970s began to portray the Poles as anti-Semites. The first document is […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Bitter Tantrums and Buried History

Bitter Tantrums and Buried History The Current Holocaust Controversy Between Israel and Poland by Max Denken • March 11, 2018  First published at http://www.unz.com/article/bitter-tantrums-and-buried-history/   Part 1: The Tantrums   An Israeli and eventually international Jewish mass hysteria erupted as of the last week of January 2018 over a Polish law that makes it a punishable offence […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

If the situation had been reversed, the old Jew in this video, hidden from Germans by a Polish family, says he would not have risked his life to save a Pole

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Other

Book reviews by Jan Peczkis

http://www.polishclub.org/author/jan-peczkis/

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Jewish Experience

Stella Goldschlag Kubler – “a catcher” who identified and sent to death thousands of Jews

The greatest fear of the Jews hiding from the Germans during World War II were people who in exchange for money tracked down and sent to death. In Berlin, the most notorious Greifer (“the catcher”) was not a fanatic Nazi, not even a German, but … Jewish woman – Stella Kübler. Stella Goldschlag – because […]

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Current Developments

Press release on the negation of the German Nazi Holocaust in occupied Poland by the so-called “New Polish School of the Holocaust” at EHESS in Paris

A two-day colloquium took place at the School of Advanced Research in Social Sciences (EHESS) in Paris on February 21-22, 2019, during which a group of researchers in history, literary studies, sociology and other fields of science, made an unacceptable attempt to transfer German responsibility for the Holocaust of Polish Jews to Polish citizens (Gentiles), victims […]

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Documents

Agreement signed by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, on September 10, 1952, in Luxemburg.

Excerpt: Article 1 In view of the considerations hereinbefore recited the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany hereby undertakes the obligation towards the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany to enter, in the Agreement with the State of Israel, into a contractual undertaking to pay the sum of 450 million Deutsche Mark to […]

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Current Developments

Pawel Kukiz about the overrepresentation of Jews in the communist security apparatus in Poland between 1944 and 1956.

While speaking on Poland.pl TV station, Pawel Kukiz, the leader of Kukiz 15 non-partisan political alliance, asked, “why aren’t we talking about what happened from 1944 to 1956 when the entire security service was overrun by the Jews?” “Overrepresentation does not adequately describe the situation.”   Paweł Kukiz also referred to this issue on his Facebook, while recalling the death of a Polish […]

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Documents

A report prepared by the Polish government in exile in 1942, for the Governments of the U.N. in order to inform and alert them to the mass extermination of Jews being committed by the Germans in the Polish territories occupied by Germany.

The introductory note states: The purpose of this publication is to make public the content of the note of December 10th, 1942, addressed by the Polish Government to the Government of the United Nations concerning the mass extermination of Jews in the Polish territories occupied by Germany, and also other documents treating on the same subject. […]

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