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Sentenced To Remember: My Legacy of Life in Pre-1939 Poland and Sixty-Eight Months of Nazi Occupation

Sunday, February 23, 2014
Insights into Anti-Assimilation, Nazi Death Penalty, Paid Polish Rescuers, et >>more...

maginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust

Sunday, February 23, 2014
Egregiously Judeocentric, With a Facts-Don't-Matter Mindset, February 14, 2014 This review is from: Imaginary Neighbors: Mediating Polish-Jewish Relations after the Holocaust (Paperback) This work is the same-old, same-old. It focuses exclusively on Jews as victims (notably at Jedwabne), Poles and Christians as villains, with Poles and Christians needing to constantly prostrate themselves for their villainy. Polish patriotism is demonized. The language is academese and Holocaustspeak, and the themes are predictable. The authors writing, or mentioned, are primarily leftists: Joanna B. Michlic, Ana Bikont, Brian Porter (now Brian Porter-Szucs), Janina Bauman, former U. B. (Bezpieka) member Zygmunt Bauman, and others like them. >>more...

Reconstructing Memory: The Holocaust in Polish Public Debates (Geschichte Erinnerung Politik)

Sunday, February 23, 2014
This is more of the same coming out of left-wing academic circles. It is almost entirely a rehash of things written many times before. I give it two stars because of its comprehensiveness and its relatively objective portrayal of the doubts about what actually happened at Jedwabne, as well as the implications of the Holocaust Industry. (See below).

Holocaust: The Nazi Persecution and Murder of the Jews

Sunday, February 23, 2014
Has Atypical Insights into the Ambiguous Polish Role, and the Unappreciated German Role, in the Jedwabne Massacre >>more...

Mordowali bezbronnych

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Od zbrodni popełnionej przez sowieckich i żydowskich „partyzantów” w Koniuchach, na obrzeżu Puszczy Rudnickiej, mija właśnie 70 lat. Śledztwo w tej sprawie, po interwencjach Kongresu Polonii Kanadyjskiej i załączeniu licznych dowodów, toczy się już prawie 13 lat. >>more...

Mord w Jedwabnem 10 lipca 1941. Prolog Przebieg Pokłosie

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Po ośmiu latach od opublikowania w USA, ukazała się w Polsce książka Marka Chodakiewicza „Mord w Jedwabnem 10 lipca 1941. Prolog Przebieg Pokłosie”. Zapewne będzie ona sporym zaskoczeniem dla wszystkich polskich fanów amerykańskiego historyka. Dotychczas bezkompromisowe teksty Chodakiewicza publikowane w Polsce zapewniły mu sławę szczerego i odważnego publicysty. >>more...

Resortowe dzieci. Media

Monday, January 13, 2014
Nakładem wydawnictwa Fronda ukazała się praca „Resortowe dzieci. Media”. Jej autorami są: Dorota Kania, Jerzy Targalski i Maciej Marosz. Jest to pierwszy tom, kilku tomowego wydawnictwa które przybliży polskim czytelnikom korzenie współczesnej elity. Kolejne tomy mają dotyczyć służb specjalnych, polityków, biznesu i nauki. >>more...

German Camps,Polish Victims: The Irish Independent and its coverage of German-occupied Poland

Saturday, January 11, 2014
Jan Niechwiadowicz has produced a series of booklets that examine, in great detail, media portrayals of WWII Poland. This is especially in terms of the Shoah. As with his other works, Niechwiadowicz supports his contentions with hundreds of specific citations.


he Diary of Samuel Golfard and the Holocaust in Galicia (Documenting Life and Destruction: Holocaust Sources in Context)

Monday, December 9, 2013
Editor Wendy Lower provides the background for the situation facing the Jews, Poles, and Ukrainians of Peremyshliany (Przemyslany) in eastern Galicia under the German occupation. She annotates the diary with helpful comments, and then describes the 1960's trials of some of the Nazi war criminals involved. >>more...

The Unwritten Diary of Israel Unger (Life Writing)

Monday, December 9, 2013
Insights into Paid Polish Rescuers of Jews, the Later Secrecy of Jew-Hiding, the Dark Side of Oskar Schindler, Israel (nicknamed Srulik) Unger was a young child during the Holocaust. He and part of his family survived the Nazis when some Poles hid them behind a false wall in an attic of a flour mill in Tarnow. It is unclear how many Poles knew about the Jews in hiding, yet not one of them denounced the Jews to the Germans. Gammon and Unger at first estimate about ten Poles in the know p. 15), but then suspect that the existence of the fugitive Jews in hiding was an open secret among the Poles. (p. 199). >>more...
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