THE CRIME ANALYSIS IS NOT THE END OF THE STORY
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The article is a commentary to a book recently written by Jan Grabowski. The book talks about tributes extorted from the Jews who during the Nazi occupation were hiding outside the Warsaw's or were caught escaping from it. The issue was and is widely known as it appears in the numerous memoirs of the people who survived. At the same time very few and insignificant analyses on the subject were made by the historians as the matter is very difficult for the Polish postwar historical memory and in general a very difficult subject to examine. The work of Grabowski seems to be a very important breakthrough. The author comments on Grabowski's reflections and tries to present his main points of argument in a wider context of Christian and Jewish relations in Poland and a specific situation during the Nazi occupation.
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