Polish/Jewish Relations

The Paulinow massacre: A Jew working for the Gestapo contributed to the death of 11 Poles who had been helping other Jews

Paulinów is a small village located in the eastern part of the Masovia Province. During the war, when these areas were under German occupation, the inhabitants of Paulinów tried to help Jews who managed to escape from the nearby ghetto in Sterdynia. The inhabitants of that little village provided food and hiding places for the […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

Dr Mateusz Szpytma: helping Jews was more dangerous than participating in the underground resistance.

Dr Mateusz Szpytma points out that “providing help to Jews during World War II was equally dangerous, and maybe even more so than participating in the underground resistance, for example in the Home Army”. The National Remembrance Day for Poles Rescuing Jews under German occupation is “an expression of homage to those (…) who during […]

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Current Developments

Restitution of private property in Poland: The problem in context

by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz  |  May 16, 2017 The Institute of World Politics professor Marek Chodakiewicz gave an interview to the New York Times regarding the restitution of Jewish property since World War II. The article using one of his responses was published here. His responses to the Times, which review the issue in depth and […]

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Recommended Books

The Ugly Black Bird: The Real Story of Jerzy Kosiński’s Wartime Childhood, by Joanna Siedlecka

The Ugly Black Bird by Joanna Siedlecka is a book about the wartime childhood of Jerzy Kosiński that explodes yet another mystification of the Great Mystifier. For, the truth was entirely different from what he presented in his biographies; for instance, Current Biography speaks of the supposedly autobiographic The Painted Bird – the author’s “wandering […]

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Polish Experience

German Camps, Polish Heroes

The Project has been carried out under the honorary patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda. Karol Tendera: The Forgers of History Must Be Punished “I feel defiled. I am being accused of genocide, but it’s me who’s the victim.” Karol Tendera, an Auschwitz survivor, feels very strongly about the foreign […]

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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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Book reviews by Jan Peczkis

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

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