The court proceedings against a Pole charged with murdering Germans after World War II have opened another painful chapter in Polish history by Wojtek Kosc KATOWICE, Poland–“What did God punish me with those Germans for?” asks Czeslaw Geborski. “I am an old man and have to die with a prosecution hanging above me like a […]

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