Polish/Jewish Relations

LITERATURE AND FILM AS WEAPONS IN THE WAR ON POLAND

“Falsehood flies, and truth comes limping after it, so that when men come to be undeceived, it is too late.” Jonathan Swift Poles have long been described as dumb, dirty, perverted, thuggish and antisemitic Catholics. The history of depicting the Polish people as Untermenschen by Western and Jewish media, literature, and Hollywood as opposed to über people […]

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One of five American citizens who were prisoners of the Auschwitz concentration camp.

John Francis Gustowski was born on January 25, 1915 in Hyde Park, Massachusetts, USA My grandfather, Wawrzyniec Gustowski, immigrated to the States with his wife, Helena Krysiak, in 1912. They arrived in Boston on August 9, 1912 on the “Arabica”, which departed from Liverpool. They settled in Hyde Park, a Boston District. Their first daughter, […]

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Book Reviews

OUN-UPA Genocide of Poles: Many Personal Recollections.

Children of the Borderlands, by Lucyna Kulinska. Translated by Paul Szymanski   Reviewed by Jan Peczkis   The Harrowing Experiences of Kresy Poles During the Ukrainian OUN-UPA Genocide This book is a comprehensive collection of testimonies by Poles who, mostly as children, had survived the Ukrainian genocide. I had the pleasure of editing this book. […]

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Polish Experience

What Communists Did To My Family In The Soviet Gulags

By Ryan Fazio November 9, 2017 On February 9, 1940, seven-year-old Witold Rybicki and his family awoke in the middle of the night to banging on the door of their home in Lida, Poland (modern Belarus). Outside was an officer of the Soviet secret police, then called the NKVD, who gave his father orders: “Do […]

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Polish Experience

GENOCIDE OF POLES IN WOLYN – Eyewitness accounts.

At the end of August, a bloodied man came from Wladyslawówka, shouting that the Ukrainians were murdering Poles in his village. The witness, W. Malinowski, hid with his family in the forest. A neighbor, a Ukrainian, Józef Pawluk, helped them. He said he had gone to the village of Władysławówka to check what was happening. […]

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Polish Experience

The Wolyn Massacre. 77 years ago, around 100,000 Poles were slaughtered with utmost cruelty by Ukrainian nationalists

Between 1943 and 1945, Ukrainian nationalists attacked 99 Polish towns and villages in Wolyn, a Nazi-occupied region of Poland and is now part of Ukraine, and massacred thousands of Poles. It is estimated that around 100,000 Poles died at the hands of Ukrainian nationalists. The killings were initiated and directed by a radical Ukrainian nationalist […]

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Book Reviews

Holocaust Industry: Baseless Demands From Poland Based on Racist Ideas of Unprecedented Jewish Tribal Ownership of Properties

Ukryta Wojna: Cicha Kapitulacja?, by Marian Miszalski. 2019. Capital Book, Warszawa Polish-Jewish Relations. Poland is Too Judeocompliant. Period A COVERT WAR: A QUIET CAPITULATION? Is the title of this hard-hitting Polish-language book. The author is a writer and journalist. Miszalski covers many topics in Polish-Jewish relations, and I focus primarily on Holocaust-related property restitution, and […]

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Polish/Jewish Relations

WHEN THEY SLANDER US

WHEN THEY SLANDER US Piotr Witakowski When we hear the defamatory lies directed at Poland, moreover, from among our World War II allies, and we see increasingly pronounced anti-Polonism being spread by some Jewish circles, and when the campaign to disgrace Poland by rewriting history is becoming louder each day – it is no time […]

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Book Reviews

Salomon Morel: An Unpunished, Israeli-Sheltered Communist Criminal

Salomon Morel: An Unpunished, Israeli-Sheltered Communist Criminal. by Jan Peczkis (reviewer) Komendant: Zycie Salomona Morela, by Anna Malinowska. 2020. Agora, Warszawa A Low-Keyed Approach to Communist Criminality. Polish Jew-Killing Was Justified The author touches on Morel’s crimes in a manner devoid of moral urgency. Then again, it is not surprising, in view of the fact […]

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Polish Experience

ONLY IN POLAND DURING WORLD WAR II

ONLY IN POLAND DURING WORLD WAR II The Polish State 1. Only Poland never capitulated, never surrendered to the invaders and fought from the first to the last day of the war. 2. Only Poland has never formed a collaborative government, as was the case in other German – occupied countries. 3. Only in Poland […]

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