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Jedwabne Pogrom: Is Poland Trying to Erase History?

A few weeks ago, the Polish government approved a new law, making it illegal to associate Poland with Nazi crimes. Basically, saying or writing something like “Polish death camps” is now punishable by law. However, that contradicts actual events surrounding the Jedwabne Pogrom. Read more

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Israel Calls New Polish Law on Nazi Crimes a Whitewash

Why are we still talking about Nazi war crimes? Well, first of all, because remembering these atrocious actions helps us to avoid a similar future, at least in a social and politic context. Secondly, because this year a new law forbids to accuse the Polish government of complicity in Nazi crimes.
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Poland’s Turn to the Right

Poland’s Law and Justice party won the October’s parliamentary election with over 39% of the vote. The result allowed the conservative party to rule alone and they’ve used it quickly to perform several controversial actions, that some people even called “Putinist”.
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Nazi Gold Trains (Maybe) Found by Treasure Hunters

The so-called Nazi gold train or Nazi treasure train is one of the hottest and the most famous local legend of the last few months. It says that in a Walbrzych, Poland, there are three Nazi German-era trains buried underground in Lower Silesia in January 1945 toward the end of World War II.
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