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History of Poland's Jews, the Partitions, and the Russian Century Afterward;Jewish hostility to the POlish State authour Dubnow

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
The first volume begins with the Jews of pre-Partition Poland. Boleslaw the Pious, in 1264, codified the rights of Jews. Based on papal bulls (e. g., Innocent IV in 1247; V1, p. 179), the blood libel was repudiated as groundless, and a Jew could not be convicted of this offense unless supported by three Polish and three Jewish witnesses. (V1, p. 47). Later, Sigismund Augustus (1564, 1566), enacted a similar policy. (V1, p. 88). In addition, Casimir the Great (V1, pp. 50-on) and John III Sobieski (V1, p. 165) were notably friendly towards Jews. >>more...

Poland's Threatening Other: The Image of the Jew from 1880 to the Present

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
To correct the countless errors and partial-facts of this book would require a book in itself. (For more details, see the first Comment). I can only touch on a few matters in this single review. >>more...

RAre Polish collaboration in the Jewish genoside

Friday, March 17, 2017

Poles and Jews in POland:Solidarity

Saturday, February 11, 2017
To anyone who has carefully examined this work, and heard Ewa Kurek speak (I have), it is obvious that her level of knowledge is far above that of the usual authors on this subject. Not surprisingly, she has been traduced by Jews owing to the fact that she is non-Judeocompliant. >>more...

Losy zydowskich zolnierzy u Hitlera

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Hitler's Jewish Soldiers: The Untold Story of Nazi Racial Laws and Men of Jewish Descent in the German Military (Modern War Studies) [Moja recenzja byla 26 Pazdziernika 2005) >>more...

The Polish Underground and the Jews, 1939-1945;An Odd Chimera of Good/Poor Quality. Contextual Vacuum. Scholars Disregarded. Blatantly Selective Use and Avoidance of Evidence,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The sophisticated reader who is looking for something new--a book that candidly addresses both sides of Polish-Jewish antagonisms--can stop right here. It does not. It continues the standard Jewish-wrongdoing-denialism approach. [My review is based on an online version, and the pagination used below does not correspond to the pagination of the printed version of this book.]

To address and correct all the issues raised in this book would require its own book. I focus on a few of them. >>more...

Poles,Jews and holocaust;A History of American Jewish Polonophobia Through the 1980's

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Although this book was written almost 20 years ago, it retains its significance. Its author was one of the last surviving leaders of the Polish Underground state under German Nazi occupation, and was honored at Yad Vashem for his aid to Jews (p. 104). He not only gives a firsthand account of Polish-Jewish relations during WWII, but also traces many mischaracterizations of this history in the American press through 1989. The informed reader can also appreciate how little has changed since then. >>more...

The Jews of Europe Before the Second World War;The State of European Judaism. Has Inadvertent Insights Into Some of the Negative Aspects of Pre-WWII Polish-Jewish Relations,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The Jewish communities of both eastern and western Europe underwent many changes in the decades leading up to WWII, but the Holocaust has overshadowed them. Wasserstein helps the reader understand what the Jewish communities were like. >>more...

The modern history of Israel

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This work touches on many issues, including Zionism, the attempts to synthesize Marxism and Jewish nationalism, developments in the State of Israel, and related topics. I focus on a few salient features >>more...

THE SOCIO-POLITICAL THOUGHT AND POLICIES OF THE POLISH RADICAL NATIONAL CAMP ABC 1934-1939;Interesting Facts. Many Myths Debunked,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
RELATIONSHIP TO FASCISM AND NAZISM

The ONR’s detractors, notably the leftists and the Jews, have usually portrayed it as a form of Polish fascism, or imitation of Nazism. Nothing could be further from the truth. The ONR wanted a Poland that promoted Roman Catholic civilization, in opposition to the “two paganisms”—that of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. (p. 68). >>more...
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