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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...

O (nie)pomaganiu Żydom. Cena strachu – Marek Jan Chodakiewicz

Saturday, January 5, 2013
Lord Jim przestraszył się raz. Uciekł, nie pomógł innym. Przestraszył się, bowiem groziła mu pewna śmierć. Potem całe życie płacił za to własnym szalonym bohaterstwem. Dokonał wyboru, aby zawsze ryzykować wszystko dla innych i tym sposobem zmyć plamę na własnym sumieniu. To był sposób na odkupienie. Lord Jim to naturalnie postać literacka, ale Joseph Conrad wymyślił go sobie nie jako przeciętnego zjadacza chleba, lecz jako osobę wybitną. Mimo to jego bohater przestraszył się, gdy stanął w obliczu śmierci. Miał wybór i raz wybrał ucieczkę. Potem nadludzkim wysiłkiem woli zdyscyplinował się i ze świadomą pogardą śmierci wybrał postawę zupełnie przeciwną. >>more...

"Bloody Sunday", German Fifth Column, and the Myth of Polish Massacres of Germans August 14, 2009 By Jan Peczkis TOP 1000 REVIEWER

Thursday, December 20, 2012
Title: THE GERMAN FEINT AND HITLERITE CRIMES AT BYDGOSZCZ IN THE LIGHT OF THE EVENTS OF SEPTEMBER 3, 1939.

This work has enduring value. Consistent with revisionist attempts to convert Germans from aggressors into victims, the existence of a German fifth column is commonly denied. (p. 10, 50). [Also by Alfred Maurice de Zayas]. Goebbels' lie about 60,000 German civilians massacred by Poles is still sometimes repeated. >>more...

The hero who voluntarily infiltrated Auschwitz

Thursday, November 29, 2012
Historical experience demonstrates that the vast majority of people would not voluntarily enter hell. In the mid-20th century, aside from the Gulag, that would be German Nazi concentration camps. One individual actually volunteered for such a suicidal operation, the heroic Witold Pilecki. He was a uniquely courageous and daring individual. This patriotic Pole and underground soldier infiltrated KL Auschwitz in one of the most daring intelligence gathering operations of the Second World War. After his escape from the camp nearly three years later, he fought the German Nazis during the Warsaw Uprising in 1944. Pilecki subsequently snuck into Poland to combat the Communists after the war, and was executed by the country's Soviet-controlled puppet regime. >>more...

The Politics of Memory: The Journey of a Holocaust Historian

Monday, November 26, 2012
This review is from: The Politics of Memory: The Journey of a Holocaust Historian (Paperback) This work is semi-autobiographical in nature. It provides insights into how the Jewish author Hilberg developed and published his seminal study on the Holocaust. He also discusses notable Holocaust personages such as Bruno Bettelheim, Hannah Arendt, Gerald Reitlinger, Leon Poliakov, Lucy Dawidowicz, Jason Browning, and Warsaw Ghetto Council Chairman Adam Czerniakow. >>more...

Operacja "Jedwabne": Mity i fakty (Polish Edition)

Sunday, November 11, 2012
OPERATION "JEDWABNE": MYTHS AND FACTS, is the title of this Polish-language book. Owing to the vintage of this book, much of its information has been expanded upon, and will generally not be repeated here. See, for instance, The Massacre in Jedwabne, July 10, 1941: Before, During, After (read also the Peczkis review). >>more...

Experiencing and Surviving the German Death Camp at Treblinka, October 10, 2012 Treblinka

Monday, October 15, 2012
Jankiel (Yankiel) Wiernik is one of the few Jewish forced laborers at Treblinka to have escaped from this Nazi German factory of death, and lived to tell the world about it. He had various jobs at the camp, including the construction of more and ever-larger gas chambers (p. 18). There is no reason for questioning the veracity of what Wiernik has written. He reports the emanation of steam from intertwined layers of corpses on a hot day (p. 39). [Decomposition of bodies is an exothermic reaction]. Either Wiernik had arcane knowledge of the chemistry of putrefaction, or he actually saw what he claimed to have seen. >>more...
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