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The ongoing de-Germanisation of the Nazis and the Holocaust adds to Poland's Responsibility


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1 Dec 2016  #121

Stick to the topic, please

Can we discuss whether the on-going attempts to de-Serbanise (Serbs of the type shown in the photos above) the Nazis and the Holocaust adds to Poland's Responsibility? And likewise whether attempts to de-Ukrainianise the Nazis and the Holocaust adds to Poland's Responsibility? Or is this strictly about de-Germanisation of the Nazis and the Holocaust, meaning we can't even discuss Austrians, such as Hitler?

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1 Dec 2016  #122

You Harry do have your role on this forum. Its some kind of virtual Gonorrhea.
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25 Jan 2017  #123

A very important public service video was recently released by the Embassy of Poland in the US to counter the often repeated lie that Poles were complicit in crimes committed by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland.

Words Matter - German Nazi Camps

youtube.com/watch?v=uDpTcXQ8Na0
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25 Jan 2017  #124

In case with this topic, Albanians (Shqiptars) joined in mocking the Poles and then apologized. Seams that mocking the Poles becoming popular sport in Europe. This about holocaust is perfect excuse

mfa.gov.pl/en/foreign_policy/against_polish_camps/voice_of_albanians_website_apologizes_for__polish_concentration_camp_;jsessionid=7D054E13EB5F643476478AC21CD582C8.cmsap5p

In a phone call with his Albanian counterpart, Poland's ambassador to Switzerland expressed his indignation at a phrase that is unfair to Poland, and recalled that occupied Poland was merely a site of Nazi German concentration camps.





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