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Polska Partia Robotnicza Droga do wladzy 1941-1944 (Paperback)

Thursday, February 4, 2016
This work combines the use of archival and common sources. Because there is so much information presented—much of it arcane to the reader who is not a specialist—I present an introduction and summary, and then focus on a few items. >>more...

What happend in Jedwabne- answer

Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Novelist Louis Begley is inaccurate in suggesting that “some fifteen hundred people” were slaughtered and burned in the 1941 massacre at Jedwabne, Poland [“The Good Place in Vicious France,” NYR, December 18, 2014]. Investigation reveals two hundred or a maximum of four hundred. >>more...

Bolsheviks' Murders in 1920 around Jedwabne, Jewish behavior

Friday, August 15, 2014
Immediately after the German invasion in 1920 the troops of the Red Army invaded the terrain of  former Polish Kingdom, recognized by the Bolshevik authorities  as Polish ethnic soil, and they began looting and  committing  the crimes  against the Polish civilians and soldiers. >>more...

Documents Untruthful WWI-Era Accounts of Massive Pogroms Against Jews,

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Through a Woman's Eyes: Life in Poland Under the German Occupation

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
A Detailed and Especially Poignant Account of Polish Suffering Under the Nazis,  Nowadays, the Nazi genocide of Poles is all but forgotten in favor of the Nazi genocide of the Jews (Shoah). The deadly everyday situation facing Poles, if mentioned at all, is reduced to a cursory footnote. Poles are relegated to spectators, or worse, relative to Jews. This book serves as a revelation to people who think this way. Even the reader quite familiar with this subject can be shocked by the German cruelties against Poles. >>more...

The Wages of Destruction: The Making and Breaking of the Nazi Economy

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Conventional wisdom has it that the "onerous" reparations required of post-WWI Germany caused her to lag economically behind Great Britain. (p. 141). Actually, the German economy had structural features that dragged it down, including an inefficient agricultural sector. (p. 140). >>more...

Aims andFailures of the German “New Order”

Sunday, August 18, 2013
German thinking in general and Nazi ideology inparticular, painted the Germans as bearers of civilization to the "primitive"Slavs. Wieniewicz, on the other hand, points out that the Slavs originallyinhabited the territories east of the Elbe, and even then had a highagricultural culture, advanced moral standards, and a peaceful attitude towardstheir neighbors >>more...

German Colonialism and Imperialism from Bismarck to Hitler

Sunday, August 18, 2013
WidespreadRacist and Genocidal German Concepts of Slavs and Jews Long Preceded Hitler The roots of modern German genocidal imperialism followednot only the unification of Germany, but also her spectacular economic growthin the late 1800’s. In fact, by the 20th century, Germany had themost dynamic economy in Europe, and only the U. S. economy had grown morerapidly since the American Civil War. (pp. 9-10). Clearly, the Germans were “feeling their oats” and lustingfor global power status. >>more...

Aims and Failures of the German New Order A Concise History of German Aggression Against Slavs From Antiquity Through Early WWII

Friday, August 16, 2013
To avoid charges of pro-Polish bias, author Jozef Winiewicz bases his work almost entirely on German sources. (p. 1). His work is short (119 pages) but detailed.

German thinking in general and Nazi ideology in particular, painted the Germans as bearers of civilization to the "primitive" Slavs. Wieniewicz, on the other hand, points out that the Slavs originally inhabited the territories east of the Elbe, and even then had a high agricultural culture, advanced moral standards, and a peaceful attitude towards their neighbors. >>more...

Implications of the Corrupt Post-Communist Elite Ruling Poland, Which Follows a Colonial Creole/Native and Serf Mentality,

Friday, August 16, 2013
THOUGHTS OF A MODERN-THINKING ENDEK is the title of this Polish-language book. It had been a bestseller in Poland. The title alludes to Roman Dmowski's THOUGHTS OF A MODERN THINKING POLE. (see the Peczkis review on Amazon). When Dmowski had written his work, many Poles had become convinced that a Pole should, least of all, be a Pole. (p. 61, 64; a notion very much promulgated today: p. 62). The essence of Dmowski's thinking, revived by Ziemkiewicz, is the fact that the Pole has a fundamental duty to Poland, and not only to his own private interests or to someone else's concept of what he should be. (p. 76) >>more...
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