Jews live in terror in Poland
19th May 1942: The Nazis tighten their inexorable grip on the Jews of rural Poland
It was becoming increasingly apparent to the Jews of Poland that those who had been ‘resettled in the east’ were never going to return. The reality of the existence of the extermination camps was a horror that many found difficult to acknowledge. Yet the evidence was mounting that they were al…
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