Before Second World War Poland had bigger Jewish population than any other European country. If Jews choose to live there it probably indicates that they liked it in there. Felt there like home. Many of them were politicians or artists. Many were very patriotic towards Poland. Would they live there if Poland was more anti-semitic than any other country in Europe at the time? Polish resistance took an active part in rescuing Jews. To date, 6,266 Poles have been awarded the title of Righteous among the Nations by the State of Israel – more than any other nation. Looking for antisemitism? Look in pre-war Germany and her allies at the time. That includes USSR. After WW2 Poland was under Soviet occupation therefore policy towards Jews was also of Soviet origin.
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