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Wartime Rescue of Jews by the Polish Catholic Clergy. The Testimony of Survivors.


Ironside 48 | 9,796
29 May 2017  #1
Interesting source of info edited and compiled by Mark Paul.

azkurs.org/wartime-rescue-of-jews-by-the-polish-catholic-clergy.html?page=67
OP Ironside 48 | 9,796
29 May 2017  #2
Merged:

"The Polish nation as a whole acted heroically in their attitude towards the Jews".



The Jewish writer David Klin, who was a liaison officer between the Home Army and the Zegota during the war, described to the Polish columnists Andrzej Chciuk his speech delivered at one of his meetings in Israel. When he said that 'the Polish nation as a whole acted heroically in their attitude towards the Jews' he was immediately shouted down that it was not true. Klin answered, 'I know it is true because I was there.'

source - Niedziela, catholic weekly magazine, Jerzy Robert Nowak, Silenced Jewish testimonies.
sunday.niedziela.pl/artykul.php?dz=z_historii&id_art=00064

If someone is really interested in more testimonies- here:
The Righteous: The Unsung Heroes of the Holocaust, Martin Gilbert
Icluding some more testimonies of David Klin.
OP Ironside 48 | 9,796
29 May 2017  #3
Funny as the usuall suspects have nothing to say faced with facts. Yet they are drawn like flies to ... if there is a topic about same acts of anti-semitism. Talking about bias.
Bieganski 17 | 901
29 May 2017  #4
Funny as the usuall suspects have nothing to say faced with facts.

Thanks for sharing these important facts. It is really shameful how the world is given such a biased narrative and how the dumbing-down agitators go silent when new, interesting and clarifying information is presented. To think all of the heroes and their stories will be lost for future generations to know about due to certain special interest groups today and over the past few decades having a stranglehold on how WWII is discussed.
Lyzko 23 | 6,659
30 May 2017  #5
I'm the first to assert that Poland can be mighty proud of people such as the unnamed, unsung heroes of the War, fellow Christians, who risked their lives to rescue their fellow Jewish citizens, in fact their brethren (merely of a different faith) in the common fight against Hitler.


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