Book Reviews

High Mortality of Poles in “Ordinary” German Concentration Camps. Murderous Forced Labor

SONDERLABORATORIUM SS. ZAMOJSZCZYZNA Pierwszy Obszar Osiedlenczy w Generalnym Gubernatorstwie. THE SS SONDERLABORATORIUM. THE ZAMOSC REGION The First Settlement Area in The Generalgovernment by Agnieszka Jaczynska. Reviewed by Jan Peczkis This IPN publication is literally a mini-encyclopedia of Aktion Zamosc and the Zamosc Uprising. It is loaded with photographs, documents, etc., and all text is simultaneously […]

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Restitutions/Reparations

Trump has paid only lip service on Holocaust restitution

Trump has paid only lip service on Holocaust restitution Despite the impressive name “Justice for Uncompensated Survivors Today (JUST) Act Reporte,” the report does not guarantee anything By Aron Mor, September 12,2020, Jerusalem Post/Opinion The US State Department’s congressional report on the state of restitution of Jewish property from the Holocaust era is nothing but […]

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Book Reviews

Holocaust Survivor Testimony Unreliable

Mengele: Unmasking the “Angel of Death”, by David G. Marwell. Reviewed by Jan Peczkis This book traces the life, the crimes, and the escape of Joseph Mengele. However, it sheds insights on other matters. Most Jewish accusations against Poles are uncorroborated claims that come from Holocaust survivors. The information in this book casts doubt on […]

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Book Reviews

Holocaust Supremacism Examined

Holocaust Supremacism Examined Victims and Values: A History and a Theory of Suffering, by Joseph A. Amato Reviewed by Jan Peczkis The Manifold Benefits to Jews of Holocaust Supremacy: Why anti-Christianity, German Guilt-Dilution, Polonophobia, etc. This work examines the preeminence of the Jews’ Holocaust, over all other genocides, in considerable detail. I focus on few […]

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Documents

The effects of Ribbentrop – Molotov Pact of August 23, 1939, on the cultural life of Poland, as reported by the Polish Government in London in 1940.

Planned Destruction The destruction of Polish national culture is one of the most graphic illustrations of the fixed-plan method applied by the Germans against Poland. If in the domain of economics the trend of German policies is twofold, one towards destruction and the other towards a thorough exploitation of the wealth of the occupied country […]

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Other

The Battle of Warsaw. The Miracle You’ve Never Heard Of. [Video]

The Battle of Warsaw is one of the most important yet most overlooked battles in world history. After taking power in Russia, the Soviets were hellbent on spreading their totalitarian ideology to Europe by sparking continent-wide communist revolutions – in 1920, on Lenin’s orders, the Red Army set off to inspire and support such revolutions. […]

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Other

Lessons from the Battle of Warsaw 1920-2020

Lessons from the Battle of Warsaw 1920-2020 100 years ago the Poles defeated the Red Army on the outskirts of Warsaw August 14, 2020 by Robert Trent 100 years ago, on the outskirts of Warsaw, the fate of Europe was being decided in a now forgotten battle. On the banks of the Vistula, the Poles […]

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Book Reviews

Gulag Numbers. Jews and Anders Army. Monte Cassino. Poland Betrayed: Details. Wladyslaw Anders

Gulag Numbers. Jews and Anders Army. Monte Cassino. Poland Betrayed: Details. Wladyslaw Anders An Army in Exile: The Story of the Second Polish Corps, by Lt.-General W. Anders, C. B. 1949. Macmillan and Co., Ltd, London Reviewed by Jan Peczkis The Testimony of General Wladyslaw Anders: From Soviet Concentration Camps to Leading the Second Polish […]

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Book Reviews

Lenin, Revolution, and the Jewish People

Lenin, Revolution, and the Jewish People Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution by Brendan McGeever Reviewed by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz According to Brendan McGeever’s Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019), armed supporters of the Bolsheviks, in the Red Army in particular, were permeated with antisemitism which manifested itself in […]

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Polish Experience

I Survived The Warsaw Uprising [Video]

‘He begged us to finish him off…’ Marek Ostrowski is the nephew of Witold Pilecki, one of Poland’s greatest heroes. As a 6 and a half year old boy he survived the brutal Warsaw Uprising. To mark the 76th anniversary of the Uprising, Marek has agreed to speak to us about some of the horrific […]

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