Current Developments

In Support of The Polish Ambassador to Ireland by Stefan Komar

As the son of a member of the Polish Underground unit Zoska that was acknowledged by Yad Vashem for saving 350 Jews during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising, I take umbrage at the letters by Alan Shatter and Oliver Sears published in the Irish Times on October 4th of 2019. Both were filled with historical misrepresentations […]

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Current Developments

Anti-Polish hatred should have no place in American media

The article was written in reaction to a statement made on TV by MSNBC reporter, Andrea Mitchell. Although the incident occurred a few months ago, in February 2019, similar, outrageously inaccurate statements regarding Poland’s WWII experience have not seized to appear in the media. Therefore, this brief history refresher seems to still be needed. WARSAW, […]

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Other

Media-Touted 1946 Anti-Polish Report Debunked

Review of: Department of State. 1946. The Jews of Poland Since the Liberation. Intelligence Report, United States Government. THIS MEDIA-BALLYHOOED POST-WWII U. S. GOVERNMENT REPORT, ON (WHAT ELSE?) “POLISH ANTI-SEMITISM”, HAS COMMUNIST PROPAGANDA WRITTEN ALL OVER IT. THE PROOF. This report, originally written in 1946 during the time of the unmentioned Communist subjugation of Poland, […]

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Book Reviews

Highly-Influential Anti-Polonism: Schindler’s List, Maus, Shoah, Painted Bird, Holocaust TV Series. Why Jewish Polonophobia (34 Books Reviewed by Jan Peczkis)

Prominent Jewish Polonophobes: A Who’s Who. Israeli Teenagers’ Inculcated Polonophobia. Jewish Superiority: The Root Cause of Jewish Anti-Polish Attitudes. How Anti-Polonism Was/Is Confronted: Examples. Polish Achievements: A Remedy for Polonophobia. * * * For quick-overview, click below to see the PDF. When It opens, click repeatedly on the Screen Enlarger [the Plus Sign (+)]. * […]

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Recommended Books

Between Katyn and Auschwitz, by M. B. Szonert

A short video about the book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFKlo_r-Pqg More about the book: “A joint decision of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union from August 1939 that sentenced Poland and other states to death was not without a precedent. It was the reverberation of what (Poland’s) neighbors from the West and East once decreed at the end […]

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Current Developments

Former German Concentration Camp Guard On Trial For Murder Of 5,230 Prisoners

The trial of a former Nazi prison guard has begun, on charges that he was an accessory to 5,230 murders at a German concentration camp in occupied Poland during World War II.Bruno Dey, 93, has claimed he had no idea Jews were being murdered in the Stutthof camp near what’s now Gdansk, where he began […]

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Polish Experience

The Persecution of the Catholic Church and the Priests of Dachau – Edited by Pauly Fongemie

Introduction Pauly Fongemie Compiled from the following historical works: PIUS XII AND THE HOLOCAUST, The Catholic League; HITLER YOUTH AND CATHOLIC YOUTH, Lawrence Walker; and THE PERSECUTION OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE THIRD REICH, Catholic Book Club of London. By now every school child can cite verbatim about the Jewish Holocaust of six and […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Norman Davies described in his autobiography how Israeli historian was instructing British scholars to classify Poles as „bystanders” during Holocaust.

80-year-old historian Norman Davies described in his recently released 800-page autobiography the way professor Yehuda Bauer was teaching young British historians how to deal with the Holocaust. In 1974, prof. Bauer met with over 30 historians in Israeli embassy in London instructing them that the triad „perpetrators-victims-bystanders” should be used to describe people involved in […]

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Recommended Books

Heidegger and Nazism

Victor Farías, edited by Joseph Margolis and Tom Rockmore “[Farías‘] book includes more concrete information relevant to Heidegger’s relations with the Nazis than anything else available, and it is an excellent antidote to the evasive apologetics that are still being published.”  —Richard Rorty, The New Republic Originally published in a French translation in 1987, this controversial […]

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Polish Experience

“Auschwitz was nothing”, when compared to what was going on in the Security Police (UB) torture chambers.

Unimaginable and cruel torture lasted for entire months. Not even pregnant women and children were spared punishment. In the times of Stalinist terror, tens of thousands of people were subjected to brutal interrogation methods and lost their lives in prisons, pre-trial detention and labor camps. Those working for the UB (Security Police) were real monsters. They were demoralized, […]

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