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  • By JRBooksOnline
    Oct 15, 2016
    This short book pulls together two essays on the subject of Polish history and literature, and its horrific effects on German relations. Else Loeser is someone who had certainly earned the right to talk of such matters--she had lost her brother and both parents to murder by Poles in a former German territory. Loeser details the lies of Polish history--the mysterious ancient Poles were no such thing, but were derived from Germans or Prussians who had made the land arable and had established all the civilized institutions in the area. The cloister chronicles were re-written with "Slavic"-sounding names. The Germans were then denigrated with the most ridiculous school playground name-calling. Hating Germans became a complete philosophical system. The Poles, incessantly egged on by their clergy and intelligentsia, then performed numerous acts of atrocity, such as Bromberg Bloody Sunday. Unfortunately, in the long run, all this anti-German hate propaganda was then dovetailed into... More > standard WWII Allied war propaganda, and one of the great lies of history was made complete. This will be an unsettling read for many; it may enrage some. Let us now learn from the past, shall we?< Less
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Product Details

Second Edition
Carlos Porter
May 19, 2014
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.57 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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