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Scholars and coming to terms with the Holocaust in Poland (03.2022)
Up to a few years ago Poland was the East European leader in efforts to come to terms with the Holocaust. In particular, it was known for major public debates on the Holocaust and on Polish–Jewish relations, which have repeatedly and intensively engaged the Polish public. Poland is by no means unique in having public debates on the Holocaust as, since the 1980s, such debates have taken place in most European countries, sometimes repeatedly. However, Poland stands out due to the intensity of debates and the number of controversies. There have been some sixteen such debates; they have erupted every few years and figured prominently in the Polish media for several months.
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