Yes I remember that. But where did that story come from? From a Pole? And besides, if it's true, then it's still only ONE individual - hardly enough cause to hate an entire ppl, eh?
...sorry but I just don't believe in that.
Believe what you want, there is evidence to claim otherwise. Just one: ghettobenches where the Jewish students had to sit seperately in a corner of the lecturing room? I wouldn't call that freedom of movement.
Any historian who would step out of official line.
And when you're a Polish historian who dares hinting that the Poles might be anti semitic, you get burned down and even death threats, court cases and the like. Ask Gross how that feels to write against the spirit of denial that blows through certain Polish ranks. And there are more. Nice example of how honourable Poles are towards ppl who disagree with their accepted myths. Btw, all those Gross-slanderers are put to deep shame by his new book about the Soviet invasion of Poland.
Check out this guy
Ah, the STALIN JEWS again! This link has been posted about 150.000 times so far as "proof". Proof of what? That some Jews joined the Communist ranks? So what? There were Russians and Poles who joined those ranks too. What I always wonder about is why it's been taken so harshly on Jews that joined the Communist ranks, when I hear nothing about the Poles, Russians, etc who joined their ranks? And besides, only ONE guy saying sth about it in a column is hardly any counter-weight, isn't it?
He's plenty critical to the point that some Poles are arguing that he's anti-Polish.
Pls give examples. And those Poles that say he is anti-Polish, would probably say that Geese are anti Polish for flying over Russia before entering Polish airspace. Or if their car doesn't start, it's probably anti Polish too :)
M-G (waiting, waiting, waiting - darn Americans, never on time)