Polish Jews torn over government’s emphasis on righteous neighbors - Europe - Haaretz.com
Soldiers stand guard at the flower-covered grave of the Ulma family, who were killed by the Germans in 1944 for sheltering eight Jews, at the cemetery, in Markowa, Poland, March 17, 2016. Czarek Sokolowski / AP

Polish Jews Torn Over Government’s Emphasis on Righteous Neighbors

The Polish government is honoring more and more Poles who saved Jewish lives during WWII, but its opponents are saying that it does so only due to a political motive

At first glance, the ceremony last month in Torun, northern Poland, looked ordinary. No one was surprised that a number of VIPs,...

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