When my Polish-born Jewish in-laws returned to their home towns in Poland just a few years ago, they found not a single Jew but a lot of antisemitism. My mother-in-law, who only wanted to see her birth home, was confronted by Poles in the town, telling her she was not welcome and she should forget about even thinking of returning. when visiting Auschwitz, they saw antisemitic graffiti in Polish. The number of Polish collaborators with the Nazis was proportionately higher than most other countries. The fact that over 95% of pre-war Polish Jewish population was destroyed is partly the result the widespread Polish collaboration. This is not propaganda, just personal memories of survivors.
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