Really? Do feel very free to quote from them and to link to them. But I fear that quoting from the kind of books which taught you that Lufthansa took part in the battle of Britain will just get you laughed at.
Look them up yourself for a change. Yes, for the 100th time there was Lufthansa, either as a second unit and the name became Lufthansa.
Given that you claim the town was controlled by Jews and that gentiles couldn't live in it, why were only a tenth of the councilors Jewish? Oh, and do feel very free to link to a source which supports your claim about Polish merchants.
Jews regulated the trade.
poziomka2: if you don't have Jewish blood you don't even get to study there because you are not a citizen, that's what I call tolerance.
A quarter of Israelis have no Jewish blood and that proportion goes up every year.
You are bypassing the question. I will ask it again, could the Gentiles attain the same position in the Israeli government as the Jews? Of those 25% is anyone with equal rights, same rights accorded to the Israeli Jews? Could Polish be given the same rights as the Jews in Israel? Because Jews in Bransk, in a Polish town, were given even higher rights than some Polish. Can a non-Jew study at public university in Israel? And if so, can then such Gentile become a politician or councillor making decisions in Israel? Because in Poland you do not have to prove your blood lines to become a politician or equal citizen. I am asking again. Answer the question please.