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No Greater Ally: The Untold Story of Poland's Forces in World War II (Perfect Paperback)

Monday, July 25, 2011
This is one of the most comprehensive works on this subject. It includes not only detailed descriptions of relatively well-known events (September 1939, the Battle of Britain, Monte Cassino, and Warsaw Uprising) but also lesser-known ones such as Poles fighting a large-scale guerrilla war at home (1939-1945), fighting as fliers in the anti-German Allied air war (1940-1945), and fighting as regular soldiers in 1940 western Europe, in 1942-1943 Africa, in post-1941 Soviet Union, in 1943-1945 Italy, and in 1944-1945 post-D-Day western Europe >>more...

Judeo-Christianity (Jews-Christians mutual ideological infulence)-myth or reality?

Sunday, July 24, 2011
A popular ideology of "political correctness” has its source in the neoliberal approach to the history and critical thinking. This approach undermines and dilutes the spiritual heritage of Europe, and deliberately misleads to different and tortuous approaches of the reality around us.
 Political correctness as a curiosum is valid not only in the media, but what is worse; it is practiced in a pseudo scientific research. In many ways infiltrates awareness, turns plain false into true, distort the image of the world, which is consistent with the facts based on sound scientific research >>more...

The Last Jew from Wegrow: The Memoirs of a Survivor of the Step-by-Step Genocide in Poland

Sunday, July 10, 2011
Shraga Bielawski grew up in Wegrow, which is located well north of Warsaw. At Wegrow, 75% of the businesses were owned by Jews before WWII. (p. 3). Interestingly, for all the bad rap Jews got for usury, Bielawski's father did not charge interest on his loans, and was well liked by Poles. (p. 5). The family was very wealthy. During the Great Depression, Bielawski converted most of his assets into gold, worth a then-considerable $4,000. (p. 14). >>more...

Am Alive :The horrifying eye witness account of Auschwitz &

Sunday, July 10, 2011
My review is based on the original (1961) edition. Kitty Hart was a Polish Jew who had lived in Bielsko (Bielitz) in then SW Poland. During the 1939 German-Soviet conquest of Poland, she observed German fifth column activity. Germans shot at Poles from rooftops, rioted in the streets, etc. (p. 14). In common with countless eyewitnesses, Hart reported Luftwaffe planes strafing columns of defenseless refugees. (p. 15). >>more...

Jedwabne10 lipca 2011 -opisanie Mordu w Jedwabnem: insinuacje . połprawdy, klamstwa?

Sunday, July 10, 2011
Oburzamy się na prasę anglojezyczną piszacą o „polskich obozach koncentracyjnych” , rzekomej współpracy i odpowiedzialnosci  Polakow za II Wojnę Swiatową, czy współodpowiedzialnosci w mordowaniu Zydow... Tymczasem nasza Panstwowa Agencja Prasowa( PAP) napisała o Jedwabnem  ( Za Dziennikiem Zwiazkowym” 8-10 lipca 2011) :” Do zbrodni  w Jedwabnem doszlo 10 lipca 1941.”- sluszne  i prawdziwe stwierdzenie. Ale dalej” W wyniku niemieckiej inspiracji Polacy z Jedwabnego i okolic wypędzili Zydów z domów, a następnie zaprowadzili do jednej ze stodół, która zostala podpalona wraz z e znajdujacymi się w środku ludzmi.Wedlug IPN , zginelo wtedy  nie mniej niz 340 Zydow.: >>more...

A Young Holocaust Survivor from Mielec, Poland. Part of Her Family Denounced by Jews

Monday, June 20, 2011
Irene Eber first describes the idyllic life of herself and her family before the war. She focuses on the Jewish traditions and observances.

She then talks about how the Germans entered her native Mielec in 1939, and burned the butcher shop, synagogue, and associated libraries with the men herded inside. She smelled the odor of burning wood and burning human flesh. In very early 1942, the Mielec Jewish community was among the first to be shipped to the newly constructed death camps---in this case nearby Belzec. Other local Jews were sent to their deaths in Auschwitz >>more...

Between Life & Death: History of Jewish Life in Wartime Poland 1939-1945

Monday, June 20, 2011
This book is not an easy read, and the person who is unfamiliar with the Holocaust may find difficulty in following some of the discussions in the book. Most of it centers on the experiences of Polish Jews in German-occupied southwest Poland, notably in the Nazi camp at Pustkow. >>more...

Terror Żydów przeciwko Żydom

Monday, June 6, 2011
Obecnie w obliczu żądania od Polski 65 miliardów dolarów, przez żydowski ruch roszczeniowy, warto przypomnieć zdarzenia z okresu powojennego, za pomocą których Narod Polski jest jakoby „pociągany do odpowiedzialnośći” wobec opinii publicznej świata. >>more...

Jews killed Jews to create the state of Israel

Monday, June 6, 2011
The statement that: “Jews killed Jews to create the state of Israel” was made by Naeim Giladi, author of the book: “Ben-Gurion’s Scandals: How The Haganah and Mossad Eliminated Jews,” (Dandelion Books, LLC, Tempe Arizona, 2nd expanded edition 2003). Giladi wrote this book first in Hebrew and then in Arabic upon arrival to the US where he confirmed as an eye witness the facts concerning the Zionist bombings in Iraq, the rejection by Isarel of Arab peace overtures and the deadly violence inflicted by Jews on Jews in the cause of creating Israel. Stalin’s intended Israel to be a “bone of contention” in the Middle East. Some observers mention the possibility that Stalin also hoped to create Isarel as a Marxist state, part of the Soviet postwar empire.  >>more...

This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

Saturday, June 4, 2011
Instead of repeating the many other reviewers, I focus on certain issues. To begin with, accusations have been leveled against the author for being calloused towards Jewish deaths. In actuality, he sympathetically describes the human scenes of suffering, such as the dead and trampled infants in the death trains, the sick being shot and dumped into the pyres, entire transports of Jews going up in smoke, etc. However, he does mention the Jewish kapos. >>more...
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