16 July 2001Polish President Kwasniewski apologizes for the 1941 massacre of Jedwabne’s Jewish residents. JEDWABNE, Poland–“Because of this crime, we should beg the shadows of the dead and their families for forgiveness. That is why, as a citizen and as the president of Poland, I am sorry.” With those words, Polish President Alexander Kwasniewski delivered […]

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