#9 Potobac; I take the opportunity to entlighten yo about Nazi - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Israeli historian
    • 30.12.09 | 18:09 (IST)

    collaborators amonng Eastern Europeans" Have been living on postwar Poland I can assure you that most Poles did not volunteered to serve the Nazi occupires.But some did by serving in Granatowa Policja during WWII.99% of Poles are catholic.I can safelsay studying the archives that all Granataw Policement wer catholic.The Gorale (Highlanders) in Tatra mountains were known German collaborators. All Gorale were catholics. The eastern Orthodocs minority in Poland were openly Nazi collaborators and formed a large part of gurds and operators fo dead camps.But they did not considered themselves Polish. Same applies to Lituania.Most Lituanians are catholics.Very large number of lituanians served as guards in Ghettos and dead camps. Slovakia is Catholic,Slovakia was a vassal state of the Reich and formed armed units in Wehrmacht.Hungary is 99% Catholic.Was a part of Axis.Participate actively in shipping out Jews to dead camps.Croatia although south,is a prime example catholic colussion

    from the article: Why has Pope Benedict chosen now to beatify Nazi-era pontiff?
    First published 13:40 28.12.09 | Last updated 13:40 28.12.09
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