Polish Experience

The Underappreciated Polokaust in Detail (Reviews of 52 Books)

MAIN TOPICS: Polokaust: 75% of Young Poles Lost Close Relatives. “Only” 1.8 Million Poles Died in WWII? Try 4.4-8.0 Million! Polokaust Not Worse–Owing to Nazi German Wartime Limitations. Poles—Like Jews—Persecuted Before WWII, and All Over Europe. German Attitudes, Against Jews AND Poles, Long Preceded Hitler. The Polokaust Recognized as Genocide. Not Just Nazi Death Camps: […]

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Polish Experience

A hell ‘worse than Auschwitz’ where thousands were tortured and slain is turned into memorial site

A WWII fort where thousands of Poles and Jews were executed by German soldiers is to be turned into a memorial site. At the outbreak of WWII, Fort III in Pomiechówek was used a POW camp by the occupying German forces before being turned into a concentration camp where inmates were tortured and murdered and […]

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Polish Experience

Anniversary of the first transport of prisoners to Auschwitz

“The procession wound through the streets like a long serpent – it looked like a herd driven to the slaughterhouse. The gendarmes’ commands faded, but they did not cease. We walked, serious and depressed,” remembers Eugeniusz Niedojadło, from Tarnów. June 13, 1940 from the prison in Tarnów, the Nazis led 753 prisoners. During the stay […]

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Recommended Books

Five Years in The Warsaw Ghetto by Bernard Goldstein

Link to the book, in full, in pdf format: https://thecharnelhouse.org/ wp-content/uploads/2018/04/ Bernard-Goldstein-Five-Years- in-the-Warsaw-Ghetto.pdf

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Recommended Books

Poland’s Holocaust: Ethnic Strife, Collaboration with Occupying Forces and Genocide in the Second Republic, 1918-1947. Author: Tadeusz Piotrowski

With the end of World War I, a new Republic of Poland emerged on the maps of Europe, made up of some of the territory from the first Polish Republic, including Wolyn and Wilno, and significant parts of Belarus, Upper Silesia, Eastern Galicia, and East Prussia. The resulting conglomeration of ethnic groups left many substantial […]

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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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