Polish self-awareness hasn’t been the same since the Jedwabne massacre came to light by Tomasz Krzyanowski WARSAW, Poland | Poland’s Roman Catholic bishops in late May made a historic apology to the Jews of Jedwabne in northeastern Poland, 1,600 of whom were massacred on 10 July 1941. Nearly 100 bishops apologized to God and to […]

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