As you can see, 3 of the 4 Nobel Prize science winners from Poland are Jewish despite the fact that Jews were a minority.
Charpak is listed under France as well so is Curie. Hoffman under Poland, Ukraine and USA, Reichstein, Poland and Switzerland but none of them under Israel. I wonder why?
You have a lot to learn, one third of US winners of this prestigious award were foreign born. Twice as many Chinese received this award while working in US compered to China. Szostak is listed under US and UK where he was born btw but officially a Canadian American with a nice Anglo-Saxon surname to go with, he himself is proud of his Polish heritage yet not listed by Poland. Germany has roughly 20% of their Nobel Prize winners foreign born and Japan counts no foreigners at all among its nine Nobel laureates.
Besides, this award has only been awarded since 1901, is it really some kind of a measuring stick to go by? It just so happens that greatest breakthroughs happen where the money for research is readily available and those are the institutions that attract the brightest of the bright no matter where they are originally from. Centers of learning has shifted westward but it wasn’t always the case. There were many great scientists and inventors throughout the ages who never received this awarded, is their contribution in pursuit of human advancement in all sorts of scientific fields any less significant?
I really find your accusation amusing
Except most Poles didn't consider Jews as fellow Polish neighbors for the majority of Polish history.
. Perhaps you don’t realize it but it is you who has this need to distinguish who is who and you’re doing just that in this thread. What’s the matter? Is the ten that are listed under Israel of whom only four are in what I consider Science (as Peace don’t really count in my book) not enough for you? More confidence in yourself and your people old chap.
On a side note; Charpak while working on his multi-wire proportional chamber with his colleagues, for which he got this award was careless and set on a metal chair while working on it, one day a bit too close so it seems. The work he and his colleagues spent months on carefully attaching thousands of thin wires was ruined when his chair was pulled out from under him by strong electro-magnetic field this device generated right into the chamber itself, tearing apart all the wires and ruining the detector in the process. Now there’s a joke hidden there somewhere so help me out here as I’m not quite sure where should I file it under, a Polish joke, a Jewish one, perhaps French? LOL