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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...

Move Over, JUDENJAGD. A Superb, Detailed, and Objective WWII History of Dabrowa Tarnowska County

Saturday, November 30, 2013
THE BLOODY GHOSTS is the title of this Polish-language book. The geographic setting of this work is the same as that of neo-Stalinist Jan Grabowski's anti-Polish book, JUDENJAGD (THE HUNT FOR THE JEWS), which distorts events in a contextual vacuum. Adam Kazimierz Musial's work, which preceded JUDENJAGD, is incomparably better. It tells the full story of what happened in Dabrowa County, to Jews AND Poles, under the German occupation. Unlike JUDENJAGD, Musial's work includes information derived from the archives of the A. K. (ARMIA KRAJOWA). (p. 10, 27) >>more...

Jedwabne, prawdy. zeznania świadków

Thursday, October 17, 2013
Rozmowa z dr. Markiem Janem Chodakiewiczem, amerykańskim historykiem polskiego pochodzenia, absolwentem Columbia University w Nowym Jorku autorem książek: "Narodowe Siły Zbrojne. "Ząb" przeciw dwu wrogom", "Współistnienie - zagłada - komunizm: Polacy a Żydzi, 1918-1955", "Zagrabiona pamięć: Wojna w Hiszpanii, 1936-39" oraz współredaktorem trzech tomów tajnych dokumentów podziemia komunistycznego (1942-45 >>more...

EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE WARSAW GHETTO

Wednesday, October 9, 2013
EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE WARSAW GHETTO is the title of this Polish-language book. The author grew up with Jews in pre-WWII Poland, and was an eyewitness to many of the events near and in the Warsaw Ghetto. (e. g, p. 39).
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Nazi Mass Murder: A Documentary History of the Use of Poison Gas

Sunday, September 15, 2013
The mass gassing of victims by the Nazi Germans is commonly associated only with Jews, and some people erroneously think that gassing was a murderous tactic specifically chosen for use only on Jews. Actually, as this work makes clear, the Nazis used mass gassing against various peoples, and that in many different settings. >>more...

Jedwabne - oszczerstwa zapłatą za bohaterstwo

Sunday, August 18, 2013
Tekst wykładu wygłoszonego przez wybitnego przedstawiciela inteligencji polskiego pochodzenia w USA – prof. Iwo Cypriana Pogonowskiego (m.in. więźnia Auschwitz i Saksenchausen)  w  60 rocznicę Polskiego Instytutu Naukowego w Ameryce w dniu 8 czerwca 2002 r. w Georgetown University Washington, DC. >>more...

An "Ordinary German", Bedzin, Auschwitz, Poles & Jews, Black Markets, Why Limited "P"

Friday, June 28, 2013
This work centers on the Jews of Bedzin. It touches on pre-WWII Polish-Jewish relations, the early years of Nazi German rule (this area had been annexed directly into the Third Reich), the Holocaust proper, and some postwar Jewish experiences.

Before WWII, the Bedzin Jews were generally better off than the Poles. (pp. 28-2). Anti-Semitic incidents tended to be sporadic, mostly verbal in nature, and largely limited to the 1930's. (pp. 39-45). However, the author provides a one-sided portrayal of Polish-Jewish relations. Jewish prejudices against Poles were just as strong as the reverse. See the free online book, TRADITIONAL JEWISH ATTITUDES TOWARDS POLES, by Mark Paul. (last updated in 2013). >>more...

700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust (Kindle Edition)

Sunday, February 10, 2013
A Catalogue of Some Poles Who Were Murdered by the Germans for Attempting to Save Jews, February 3, 2013 This review is from: 700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust (Kindle Edition) This book is ideal for the reader who wants a short and concise introduction to Poles who perished in rescue attempts of Jews. This work consists of an alphabetical listing, along with an explanatory paragraph, of Poles who gave their lives to save Jews. It includes such visuals as a German poster, in German and Polish, warning of the death penalty for any form of Polish aid and comfort to Jews. It also helps the introductory reader by providing a glossary of WWII-related terms. >>more...

Jedwabne oszczerstwo i haniebne przeprosiny

Monday, January 7, 2013
1. Co zapomniano Polakom powiedzieć o procesie łomżyńskim?
2. Jak UB katowało świadków. Farsa procesu.
3. Haniebny list prezydenta odczytany w Jedwabnem
4. Poszukiwany Hermann Schaper
5. Niemieckie wydanie "Sąsiadów"
6. Dowód, czyli 100 łusek
7. Znikające wyniki badań archeologicznych
8. Relacja księdza E. Orłowskiego
9. Epilog
10. Materiał >>more...
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