Local News: Ealing man's Holocaust film screened at Commons

Jun 19, 2013 Full story: IcEaling 6

ACTIVE man with a learning disability has made a documentary about the treatment of disabled people during the Holocaust.

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polski kielbasa

Lake Worth, FL

#1 Jun 19, 2013
Limpy would be proud to personally screen all Holocaust films. His favorite subject really.

Polaks should never be allowed to forget.
fyi

Seattle, WA

#3 Jun 19, 2013
We just can't afford to forget!
The Iron Dictator

Podgorica, Montenegro

#4 Jun 19, 2013
Why so much Jew news in Poland topix?

Is this Polish or Jewish Forum?
Merkel

Saarbrücken, Germany

#6 Jun 20, 2013
fyi wrote:
We just can't afford to forget!
Agreed, you can't afford it, because you are surviving on german money - that was the idea of the holohoax industry in the first place lololol - pathetic.
fyi

Seattle, WA

#7 Jun 20, 2013
I support Germany not paying and Ukraine paying!
fyi

Seattle, WA

#8 Jun 20, 2013
"Nothing could have prepared the 1,600 Jews in Jedwabne, a town in northeast Poland, for the hell of their final days in the summer of 1941.... It is an especially gruesome Holocaust horror story. But it is a tale that, 60 years later, has stunned Poland. For what Poles have learned recently is that the perpetrators in this case weren't Germans, though the Nazi occupiers clearly approved the slaughter. They were Poles, the Jedwabne neighbors of the Jews. And the revelation of their role has triggered a wave of agonized soul-searching since it emerged ... in Neighbors, a slim, carefully researched book [that] has guaranteed that Poles will never see their wartime history in the same way.... The controversy over Neighbors is already spreading across the Atlantic."--Andrew Nagorski, Newsweek

"Neighbors strikes squarely at Poland's accepted historical narrative ... One Polish critic compares the gathering controversy to the uproar with which Germans greeted Hitler's Willing Executioners, Daniel Goldhagen's 1996 study of civilian participation in the Holocaust."--John Reed, Financial Times

"The first question that leaps to mind is why the story of a massacre so monstrous, and of such historic significance, should surface only now, half a century after the fact. The answer to this question is both startling and complex.... A detailed account is provided by the sociologist and historian Jan T. Gross in his book... Gross's scrupulously documented study challenges another cherished myth: the noble attempts of most Poles to save Jews."--Abraham Brumberg, Times Literary Supplement

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