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the Story of one life;sThe Wide-Ranging Experiences of an Assimilated and Catholic Polish Jew and Intellectual

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
(Hirschfeld), who came from an assimilated Jewish family, converted to Catholicism about 1920, out of a love for Poland. (p. 412). He describes his scientific work as a serologist, and mentions many scientific personages. He then focuses on the German terror bombing of Warsaw in 1939, the Nazi German savagery directed against both Jews and Poles, his incarceration in the Warsaw Ghetto, his escape from the ghetto, and the assistance he got from Poles. This enabled him to survive the Holocaust. >>more...


Tuesday, November 3, 2009
wise understand, dumb ... we don't care!
Q: How many Poles did it take to determine that the Earth is NOT the center of the Universe? A: Just one. >>more...

PHYSICIAN'S WAYS TO STEAL fraud in the divorce proceedings

Sunday, November 1, 2009
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