Polish adviser says Israel wants 'monopoly on the Holocaust'
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — An adviser to Poland's president says he thinks Israel's negative reaction to a law criminalizing some statements about Poland's actions during World War II stemmed from a "feeling of shame at the passivity of the Jews during the Holocaust."
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1 February, 2018 Who owns Auschwitz? The law that would prohibit any mention of Polish complicity during World War II is wrong. But it is also a stark reminder that Jews no longer have exclusivity over the Holocaust’s narrative
29 November, 2017 Polish officers visit home of WWII museum's former director WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Anti-corruption officers have visited the home of the former director of a major new World War II museum, who is embroiled in a conflict with Poland's populist government over the ideological message of the institution.