Poles and Germans have come a long way toward reconciliation over the past decade by Natalia Hojny If you asked a Pole to describe a German in the late 1980s, the most frequently named adjectives would be: haughty, arrogant, megalomaniacal, contemptuous of Poles, aggressive, and hostile toward other nations–not to mention racist, nationalist, and eager […]

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