'Orgy of murder': The Poles who 'hunted' Jews and turned them over to the Nazis - Europe - Haaretz.com
German and Polish police, Poland, 1943. Yulia Krasnodembsky, from 'Hunt for the Jews.'

'Orgy of Murder': The Poles Who 'Hunted' Jews and Turned Them Over to the Nazis

More than 200,000 Jews were killed, directly or indirectly, by Poles in World War II, says historian Jan Grabowski, who studied the brutal persecution of the victims. His conclusion: There were no bystanders in the Holocaust.

Last month, the Polish-born historian Jan Grabowski won a lawsuit he filed against a Polish website. About 18 months earlier, the...

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