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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Current Developments

The trial against Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski has started! Świrski: In my opinion, they slandered an innocent man

The trial against Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski, co-authors of the controversial book “Dalej jest noc”- ‘It’s still night’- began in the District Court in Warsaw. Everything indicates that the defendants, accusing Edward Malinowski of having denounced and as a result caused the extermination of Jews living in his village during World War II, committed […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Jewish Communist Groups in the Second Polish Republic

The work of Rudolf Korsch published in 1925 “Jewish subversive groups in Poland” and resumed years ago in the Third Polish Republic introduces readers to the issue of the extremism of the Jewish left in interwar Poland, including the issue of Jewish communists. The Bund As Rudolf Korsch reminds, the Bund was founded in Vilnius […]

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Recommended Books

Null and Void: Poland: Case Study on Comparative Imperialism

The book traces the history of Poland from the 1930s to the 1950s, dealing with the Nazi era and focusing especially on the Stalinist period. https://www.amazon.com/Null-Void-Poland-Comparative-Imperialism/dp/0761840281

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Current Developments

Kremlin disinformation mill targets Poland

After World War II commemoration snub, the Kremlin doubled down on false narratives In September, Poland marked the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the World War II. To the Kremlin’s ire, Russian representatives were not among the over 200 officials from 40 countries invited to attend the commemoration. Russia reacted to this deliberate snub […]

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Recommended Books

Jewish Economic Dominance of PreWWII Poland (46 Books Reviewed By Jan Peczkis)

Jews Forced Into Commerce—A Myth. The Middleman Minority Theory. Jewish Economic Advantages. How Jewish Economic Habits Harmed Poles. Jews: Smuggling, Profiteering, and Tax Evasion. Jews Greatly Inhibit the Emergence of a Polish Middle Class. The Jews and Pariah Capitalism. Why Roman Dmowski Stood Up To the Jews. Boycotts of Jews Were Entirely Reasonable. * * […]

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Other

Hitler’s Perfect Children: The Lebensborn (video)

In 1935, S.S. head Heinrich Himmler established the Lebensborn Foundation, with a goal of preserving and protecting “pure German blood”, where blond-haired, blue-eyed Aryan women were mated with S.S. soldiers or men of documented “racial purity”. Lebensborn homes were also set up in most occupied countries, particularly Norway, and Aryan-looking children were kidnapped from occupied […]

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Polish Experience

The Joint Soviet-German military parade in Poland

Russian aggression has very long history, which modern Russia tries to forget. In the beginning of the Second World War, Hitler and Stalin were equal aggressors who invaded Poland from different sides. According to the Molotov- Ribbentrop Soviet-Nazi agreement, 52% of Poland had to become Soviet territory. Hitler and Stalin have agreed to invade Poland […]

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