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𝐏𝐨𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐡-𝐉𝐞𝐰𝐢𝐬𝐡 𝐒𝐭𝐮𝐝𝐢𝐞𝐬 the latest periodical of Institute of National Remembrance – press conference

▶ What were Polish-Jewish relations in Second Republic of Poland and under German occupation during #WWII❓ 📺 SEE the press conference on the IPN’s latest periodical “Polish-Jewish Studies” (PJS) and LEARN MORE❗ 📢 The Institute of National Remembrance has published the first issue of Polish-English periodical devoted to Polish-Jewish relations and the life of Jewish community in Poland in the 20th century❗ 📘 You will find features on the so-called legalization of documents for Jews hiding during German occupation, on the Polish Consular Office in Havana, which helped Polish citizens of Jewish descent to flee from occupied Europe, the post-war trial of blue policemen accused of murdering Jewish population or the Jewish issue according to the radical national camp. ℹ MORE about this project 👉 📥 DOWNLOAD in pdf 👉 📣 „Night without an End” of 2018 (vol. 1-2), edited by Barbara Engelking and Jan Grabowski, and Polish-Jewish relations during the war and German occupation have remained subject of polemics and manipulations. 📚 In answer to the said authors’ claims of the complicity of Poles in the Holocaust, the Institute of National Remembrance has been publishing materials based on documents and placed in the historical context❗ 📖 The immediate reaction „Night without an end” have been thorough review of this book by Tomasz Domański, Ph.D. from the IPN’s Kielce sub-branch: ➡ “Correctiong the Picture?” 📥 download 👉 🔔 SUBSCRIBE to IPNtv and get our latest news 👉