the author should have used the term: nazi camp. If the Nazis run the camp put the name Nazi on it so people will not be confused.
The problem is that Nazis could be of different nationality. Yes, they were mostly Germans, but also Austrian (a lot of them) and from Western countries. Also Eastern nations, especially Lithuania or Latvia had their Nazi SS units, great helpers in the Holocaust.
Using the term Nazis in the article, together with the name of Poland interposed here and there, one can get an impression that some Polish Nazis participated in the Holocaust which is not true.
I believe at this point it appears to be more of a provocation rather than poor reporting containing innocent errors.
Different name, same purpose - killing people.
Poles don`t deny that after the war in which 6 millions Poles, including 3 million Polish Jews, died at German and Soviet hands, very often in a horrible way (massacres during Warsaw Rising, 50.000 civilians killed during 2 days), there were innocent Germans who perished in concentration camps run by Poles.
But juxtaposing these two things, Polish concentration camps for Germans in which a few thousand died, with 6 million Polish victims of the brawl that Germans started, is a bit unfair, don`t you think? It proves your lack of knowledge what Germans really organised in occupied Poland.
I think that only a few thousand German victims is a symbol of Polish forgiveness and refusal to take bigger revenge. Germans should be grateful for that.