Opinion Why Poland’s 'Death Camp' Law Is So Dangerous

The urge to control public debate and legislate one exclusive national historical narrative - as in Poland, Turkey and Russia - signals a fragile democracy and sense of self. Is Israel far behind?

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Poland is about to introduce a new law making any reference to “Polish death camps” illegal and punishable by a three-year prison sentence. While it is designed to rectify a legitimate grievance, it is a...