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Patterns of Cooperation, Collaboration and Betrayal: Jews, Germans and Poles in Occupied Poland during World War II

Thursday, February 18, 2010
Collaboration with the Germans in occupied Poland is a topic that has not been adequately explored by historians.
2 Holocaust literature has dwelled almost exclusively on the conduct of Poles toward Jews and has often arrived at sweeping and unjustified conclusions. At the same time, with a few notable exceptions such as Isaiah Trunk
3 and Raul Hilberg,
4 whose findings confirmed what Hannah Arendt had written about. >>more...

The Mindlock, Part 2 :jewish question

Monday, February 15, 2010
it is important to stress that the delegates of the International Red Cross found no evidence whatever at the camps in Axis occupied Europe of a deliberate policy to exterminate the Jews. In all its 1,600 pages the Report does not even mention such a thing as a gas chamber. >>more...

Massacre at Koniuchy

Sunday, August 2, 2009
On February 12, 2001, the Canadian Polish Congress wrote to Poland’s Institute of National Remembrance (Instytut Pamieci Narodowej—IPN) to initiate an investigation into a mass murder perpetrated in the village of Koniuchy (now Kaniukai, Lithuania) during World War II. According to the count of the perpetrators themselves, some 300 defenceless Poles—mostly women and children—were massacred.
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Jewish resistance During Holocaust

Thursday, July 16, 2009
This work is not limited to military action. For instance, the 1930's boycott of Hitler was a form of Jewish anti-Nazi resistance. (p. 88). Much interesting information is provided in this volume. For instance, German Jews constituted only 0.8% of Germany's population. (p. 101). During the Holocaust itself, Jews in mixed Jewish-German marriages were spared. (p. 115). >>more...

An Attempted Objective Analysis of Polish-Jewish Relations in EarlyWWII

Thursday, July 16, 2009
In the Shadow of Auschwitz, by David Engel (1987). University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill London Reviewer: Mr. Jan Peczkis An Attempted Objective Analysis of Polish-Jewish Relations in Early WWII >>more...

Holocaust avoiding pathological approach

Wednesday, July 15, 2009
HOLOCAUST: avoiding pathological approach It's difficult to share the thoughts about the Holocaust.
No mater where are we from.
Academia and scientists sometimes fear to tackle the archives (immense quantity of documents in Hoover Institute, or German open archives, or Auschwitz documents), or even to publish and make it know to the large public, despite that, the researchers are already done. >>more...

Jews in eve of the Holocaust

Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Almost 13.5 million people resided in the eastern half of Poland seized by the Soviet Union in 1939. Of this number, approximately 5 million were ethnic Poles. There were also some 5 million Ukrainians, perhaps 2 million Belorussians, about 1.3 million Jews (not including at least 200,000–300,000 Jewish refugees from the German zone), and much smaller groups of Russians, Germans, Lithuanians, and Czechs.
But the terror and repressions that ensued did not strike at these various groups in equal measure. Moreover, collaborators from among the national minorities, very often Jews, played a prominent role in the assault on the Poles, the first and primary victims of the Soviet invaders. >>more...

JEDWABNE : Response to the Cardinal Glemp statement

Tuesday, July 14, 2009
I read this expose in Polish and I was uphold, totally unpleasantly surprised and couldn'T understand so outrageously unprecedented statements made by Cardinal. Conclusions not only outside the truth and the facts, but innuendos, suspicions, assertions so outrageous, that it's almost impossible to imagine that they came out of the lips and were written by The Head of Catholic Church in Poland. >>more...
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