Restitutions/Reparations

The Holocaust Industry is After Poland Big Time! Communal and Heirless Property “Issues”

Searching for Justice After the Holocaust: Fulfilling the Terezin Declaration and Immovable Property Restitution, by Michael J. Bazyler et al. 2019. Oxford University Press Reviewed by Jan Peczkis The authors repeat the canned meme that, whereas 90% of Polish gentiles survived, 90% of Poland’s Jews perished (p. 311, 314, 315, 349), which is now assumed […]

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Documents

Post Yalta Debate on Poland in British Parlament

Was Yalta an act of Justice? London, Thursday, March 15, 1945: We know the story of the underground movement, unrivalled by any underground movement in any part of Europe. As far as I know, no Quisling has been found in the whole of that country. But let us be frank with ourselves. Poland owes its […]

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Polish Experience

One of them killed 10,000 people by himself. Who were the killers from Katyn?

Fragments of the article by Piotr Zychowicz, in superhistoria.pl Intoxicated sadists, professional NKVD enforcers, prison guards and ordinary drivers. For shooting thousands of Poles in the back of their heads, they received praise and 800 rubles. The killers came from Moscow to Kalinin – before the revolution called Twer – by special vehicles. The group […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Review of “Holocaust Restitution,” edited by Michael J. Bazyler and Roger P. Alford. 2006.

Reviewer: Jan Peczkis The Holocaust Industry in Action: International Politics, Intimidation, Fundamental Inequality of Victim-Claims This book highlights the cases involving Swiss Bank and German companies. It includes a testimony by Judge Edward R. Korman. However, the most interesting information is of an indirect nature, and that is the focus of my review. HOLOCAUST RESTITUTION: […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Review of “Holocaust, Genocide, and the Law” by Michael Bazyler. 2016.

Reviewer: Mr. Jan Peczkis The Shoah and Law. Holocaust Industry Update. French Railroad Settlement. Non-Submissive Poland Author Michael Bazyler is a Professor of Law, and a leading lawyer in Holocaust restitution cases. This book features an excellent introduction to international law and genocide. It includes an outstanding summary of both sides of the Holocaust-Denial criminalization […]

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Recommended Books

Martyrs of Charity, by Dr. Waclaw Zajaczkowski

The Polish Catholics who sheltered Jews are forgotten so often as is the Polish Underground group Zegota. This book chronicles the deaths of entire families, as the discovery of one Jewish fugitive meant death for all those involved in any way, even providing a piece of bread or a glass of water. Only in Poland […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Having Fun in The Ghetto by Jerzy Robert Nowak

In one of his books, the fraud Jan Tomasz Gross reproduced famous anti-Polish slander about Poles happily playing on a carousel by the walls of a burning ghetto. Let’s recall what none other than Władysław Bartoszewski honestly stated in 1985 in the “Zeszyty Historyczne” of the Parisian “Kultura” publication (comp. 71, p.229). He said that […]

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Current Developments

The German administrative court rejected the suit of a man who, as a child, was taken by the Germans and Germanized

On Thursday, a German administrative court rejected the lawsuit filed by Hermann Lüdeking, who as a child was kidnapped by the Germans in occupied Poland and germanized. In the court’s opinion, a man who wanted to be awarded compensation is not a victim of Nazism, and he is not entitled to any compensation. After the […]

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Polish Experience

The Betrayal of Poland 1939-1945

by Patrick J. Buchanan – August 29, 1997 With Poland’s membership in NATO at issue, a question has arisen as to whether America owes a debt to the Polish people for Franklin D. Roosevelt’s having “betrayed” the Polish nation to Joseph Stalin at Yalta. Undersecretary of State Stuart Eizenstat has lately raised the issue of […]

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Polish Experience

1940 Genocide of Polish POW by the Soviets in Starobielsk

PAP, Fot: Darek Delmanowicz - https://opinie.wp.pl/pogrzeb-polakow-zamordowanych-przez-nkwd-na-wolyniu-6126018861495937a

On April 5, 1940, the Soviets began the extermination of Polish officers from the POW camp in Starobielsk. The genocide of prisoners was prepared perfectly. The administration of the camp in Starobielsk spread rumors that everyone would be released and would even be able to go to France. The first group of 195 people were […]

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