Beyond good and evil: Hitler, Stalin and Poland's Jews
Speaking with Haaretz during a recent visit to Israel, British historian Norman Davies argues for a nuanced approach to World War II and envisions a rosy future for relations between Jews and Poles.
When Prof. Norman Davies got up from the couch at the end of the interview, he told me he was married to a Polish woman and now that he’s retired, they split their lives between two homes: Oxford and Krakow. “Women are Poland’s best export,” he adds, smiling.
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