Law, Justice, and Memory in Poland

Jewish Review of Books: “Law, Justice, and Memory in Poland”.
The complexity of human experience does not fit into the Law and Justice Party’s simplistic portrayal of Poland as always victimized and heroic. In fact, as I noted two years ago, although the Poles are deservedly proud of their heroic anti-Nazi resistance during World War II, it is also demonstrably true that during the war Poles killed more of their Jewish fellow citizens than they killed occupying Germans.

Wahrscheinlich darf ich jetzt auch nicht mehr nach Polen reisen oder käme dort in den Knast.