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Jewish Suffring 1939 and after

Sunday, August 2, 2009
1939. In September 1939 Germany invaded Poland. By early October the country was partitioned once again. Under Nazi rule, most Jews were forced into ghettos and the community was largely annihilated through mass killings by shooting squads and killing centers. Even after World War II, Jews faced adversity under communism and did not remain in large numbers. After the fall of the Communist system in the 1990s, however, Polish Jewry has experienced revival. >>more...

Between Nazis and Soviets

Thursday, July 16, 2009
Polish Guerilla Organizations (AK and NSZ) Systematically Killing Fugitive Jews Refuted; Jan T. Gross Debunked, etc., July 11, 2009 There is much scholarly material in this fact-filled book, and this review extends an earlier o >>more...

Pogrom of Kielce

Thursday, July 16, 2009
Pogonowski is a renowned author of books and articles about Poland and is particularly knowledgeable about the history of Jews in Poland. As reference material for this writing he has referred extensively to "Poland, Communism, Nationalism, Anti-Semitism" by Michael Checinski, "Poles, Jews, Communism-- The Anatomy of Half-Truth 1939-1968" by Krystyna Kersten and "Pogrom of Jews in Kielce, July 4, 1946" by Bozena Szaynok. He also credits the Information Services of the Canadian Polish Congress for special materials and help. >>more...
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