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No, Poland's Elites Didn't Try to Save the Jews During the Holocaust

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
A Holocaust scholar responds to a Polish historian's criticque of his claims, in a recent Haaretz interview, about the extent of Polish collaboration in the persecution of Jews during World War II. >>more...

Polish Paysants killers or savers '"Such a Beautiful Sunny Day" Symposium on Jews Seeking Refuge in the Wartime Polish Countryside

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

The "Jews Control the Media" Myth or Reality: A Realistic Understanding of Jewish Influence in America. Holocaust Supremacy Clarified,

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
This review is from: MEMOIRS OF AN ANTI-ZIONIST JEW (Paperback) Author Elmer Berger, a rabbi and anti-Zionist Jew, considers the actions of the State of Israel to be incompatible with the humanitarian teachings of Judaism. However, it is his analysis of Zionists and the media, in the USA, that overshadows everything else, and that is the subject of my review. Berger's insights have broader implications, and I later touch on some of these. >>more...

"Greedy Poles Looted Jews" Propaganda: many books on the subject

Sunday, April 2, 2017

The JANowska Road:Prewar Jewish Life, Mutual Child-Snatch Tales, "On to Berlin!" Slogan, Lwow Ghetto, and the Murdered Polish Professors

Thursday, March 30, 2017
Prewar Jewish Life, Mutual Child-Snatch Tales, "On to Berlin!" Slogan, Lwow Ghetto, and the Murdered Polish ProfessorsLet's present novel information instead of repeating other reviewers. (Review based on 1963 edition). Wells describes Hasidic Jewish life in the Lwow-area prewar Poland. The awfulization of the Jews' experience is conspicuously absent from his book. >>more...

POlin:f Variable Quality, With Insufficient Depth and Disappointing Editorial Standards

Thursday, March 30, 2017
This volume raises many issues. As is the case with other volumes of the POLIN series, this one presents much information, but often does so in a mile-wide and inch-deep manner. It tends to present Jews as objects of perceptions, and not as agents that affect how they are perceived and how they are treated. >>more...

Polishness?An Assimilated Polish Jew Tries to Fit-in with His “Polishness”. Armenians and Jews. Revealing Statements by the Author

Thursday, March 30, 2017
The setting of this book is Galicia, beginning with Austrian rule and ending with the author’s flight from Poland in 1939, at the start of WWII. By this means, the author managed to escape the soon-to-be German-made Holocaust.

THE LWOW POGROM (1918) >>more...

Thethl Myt and reality;Almost-Insurmountable Jewish Economic Dominance. Root Causes of Polish anti-Jewish Hostilities. 1936 Przytyk Pogrom Debate

Thursday, March 30, 2017
As with other works of the POLIN series, this one presents a lot of information, but often in a skin-deep manner. I focus on a few themes.

JEWS FIRST EXCLUDED THEMSELVES FROM POLAND >>more...

The World Problem jew: Politically-Incorrect WWI-Era Classic on Poland's Jews

Thursday, March 30, 2017

THROUGH WIRES, PRISON-BARS, AND HANDCUFFS: MEMOIRS OF AN NSZ GUERILLA;Prewar Jewish-Polish Economic Rivalry; Fighting the German Nazis and Soviet Communists; A Houdini-Like Escape

Thursday, March 30, 2017
TWO SIDES TO THE STORY OF POLISH ANTI-SEMITISM

Much has been written about prewar Polish boycotts of Jewish merchants, but very little about the other side of the coin. Jewish merchants had banded together to maintain their age-old economic hegemony, engaging in what is now called Jewish ethnic solidarity. Piotr Kosobudzki, a glazier by profession, noted how the Jewish glaziers at Lodz and Dobra had united to (unsuccessfully) drive the newcomer Polish glaziers out of business. (pp. 20-21). Where Jews saw anti-Semitism and discrimination, Poles saw emancipation from Jewish economic dominance: "...the Endeks encouraged Poles to wrest commerce out of the hands of the Jews. More and more Poles began opening shops, and more and more Poles began earning bread and favorable living conditions." (p. 22). >>more...
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