"One of the commandants (since 1949), was a Polish Jew Solomon Morel, who previously gained a reputation for cruelty in the camp in Świętochłowice. Others included Stanisław Kwiatkowski, Ivan Mordasov and Teofil Hazelmajer."
Mordashov Hazelmajer Morel definately are not native Poles.
So you mean that because they had Jewish names, they could not possibly have been Polish. That says all that needs to be said about you: you view Jews and Poles as two separate races. To you a Jew can not be a Pole and vice versa. That is because you are what is referred to as a bigot.
they could be doctors and lawers.
Provided they were happy to sit on the ghetto benches in the segregated Polish universities. Which were introduced before or during the war? And provided they didn't want to join the professional associations which regulated and validated those professions. And, of course, provided that they could get a place in universities which strictly controlled the number of Jews who would be permitted to pollute the hallowed Polish halls of learning with their presence.
sums it up, doesn't it, Harry?
Precisely. As I have always said: some Jews were good, some were worse than the vast majority of the Gestapo. Unfortunately you rarely met a Pole who will say the same about his/her people.
Poland, first to fight (and first to surrender).
You are truly twisted and vicious dude.
Don't blame me for what they take pride in. Or what they refuse to accept any responsibility for.
Ok I see that good Jew from Poland is Jew
Not to me. To me he/she is a Jewish-Pole.
and bad Jew is Pole ...
Sorry but he/she is still a Jewish-Pole.
I know that this doesn't fit into your racist view, which you have repeated on this very page of this thread, of people who have Jewish names not being able to be 'native' Polish. Just as you doubtless view anybody who has black or yellow skin as being unable to be Polish - unless they are really really good at football by Polish standards of course (i.e. unable to hold down a place in an English Premier league side staring down the jaws of relegation and then sent back to the Greek league).
there were some organisations who hunted Jews
Damn right. And some of them were Jewish. I hope that if there is a god; because if there is a god, there must be a hell and they will burn there for all eternity. Pity that you can not accept that any of them were Poles or Catholic Poles.
but unlike our biased friend Harry it isn't cruel and is reasonable.
I've got a lot of respect for Norman but I do feel he has become a bit Polonised. Anybody who can write a book about the Warsaw Uprising but fail to mention the telegraph from Churchill to Roosevelt on August 25 about sending planes to resupply Warsaw and then land at the USAAF bases in the Ukraine to "see what happens" (to quote Churchill) and how "I do not consider it advantageous in the long term general war prospect for me to join you in the proposed message to Uncle Joe." (to quote Roosevelt's reply the next day) is kind of missing the moment when the whole Uprising was doomed to failure. Such an author would not only be missing a rather vital point in history but also taking blame which should have been put on the Americans alone and sharing it on the Allies as a whole. Which is very much the Polish way. Even the Soviets realised that Poles had too much love for the USA to blame the USA for post-war Poland and so instead trotted out the old line about how England is to blame for everything (a line first sold by the Nazis, as it happens).