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The Polish Blue Police and the Jewish Ghetto Police: No Dualism in German-Serving Poles and German-Serving Jews;JEWISH COLLABORATORS—NOT POLISH COLLABORATORS—MADE THE GERMAN-MADE SHOAH A SUCCESS!

Thursday, June 15, 2017

The Polish Blue Police and the Jewish Ghetto Police: No Dualism in German-Serving Poles and German-Serving Jews!This work presents a wealth of information. Owing to the fact that the conduct of the Polish Blue Police (POLICJA GRANATOWA) has been presented, in a rather lurid manner, by neo-Stalinist authors such as Jan T. Gross and Jan Grabowski, Yitzhak Zuckerman’s eyewitness testimony serves as an eye-opening corrective.



The following [except the titles in CAPS] are direct quotes:

COLLABORATION WITH THE NAZIS: LIKE POLES LIKE JEWS

It’s a miserable thing that, sometimes even now, I include the Judenrat and the Jewish police with the enemies of the Jews. The Poles also had a “Judenrat,” as it were, and a Polish police, the “blue police,” [POLICJA GRANATOWA] who served the Germans. And they did their job when they had to. They came to guard the gates of the ghetto and carried out assignments against the Poles as well. The Germans thought that they should exploit the organized Polish force against the Poles, and they did. If they needed a mayor of a city or village, these collaborated with them. But the Germans didn’t take the Polish people to Treblinka; so the Polish police didn’t have to do that job. But they did do the job when it concerned Jews. They lent a hand; they cooperated with the Ukrainians, the Latvians, and the Germans. And so did the Jewish police. [p. 168]

JEWISH COLLABORATORS—NOT POLISH COLLABORATORS—MADE THE GERMAN-MADE SHOAH A SUCCESS

When there were hundreds of thousands of Jews in Warsaw, the Germans couldn’t have taken the transports to Treblinka without the help of the Jews themselves. It was the Jewish policemen who caught and took out the masses of Jews. [p. 208]

Our blame is that we could have delayed the sentence, we could have made it hard for the Germans, we could have forced them to bring 10,000 Germans to do the work done by 2,000 to 3,000 Jewish police. [p. 209]
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