Author Steven E. Zipperstein says that the document which begins ‘In the darkest and most tragic hours of history and life…’ was discovered after 82 years but “there is no evidence that Chamberlain or anyone in his office discussed it or, indeed, ever even saw it.”
The Polish Embassy in Ukraine on Saturday criticised Ukrainian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Kateryna Zelenko for her comments regarding the commemoration of controversial Ukrainian national heroes.
The Polish and Israeli ambassadors to Ukraine, Bartosz Cichocki and Joel Lion, on Thursday criticised the authorities of Lviv and Kiev in Ukraine for honouring Ukrainian nationalist leaders known for anti-Semitic and anti-Polish attitudes.
Author Barry Cohen delves into the world of identity and history in his new book ‘Opening the Drawer: The Hidden Identities of Polish Jews’.
Israel's ambassador to Poland Alexander Ben Zvi said on Saturday that although anti-Semitism manifests itself in Poland, it is totally untrue to call Poland an anti-Semitic country.
A quarter of Germans, in a survey conducted by the World Jewish Congress (WJC), said that the Holocaust can happen again in their country, reported the newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
Polish Deputy Prime Minister, Science and Higher Education Minister Jarosław Gowin replied on Monday to a letter sent on Friday by his French counterpart, Frederique Vidal, concerning "anti-Semitic interferences" at a Paris conference on the Holocaust.
A number of Jewish organisations have commented on controversial statements by Israel's acting Foreign Minister Israel Katz, who accused Poles of anti-Semitism, which lead to a diplomatic incident between Poland and Israel.
If regulations were broken, I am convinced the relevant law enforcement services will take care of this, PM's Office head Michał Dworczyk said on Monday about the Sunday assembly of nationalists on the 74th anniversary of the Auschwitz camp liberation.
According to Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) anti-Semitic incidents drop sharply in Poland and Hungary.