Like all surviving Polish Jews of their generation, the two had lived through the Holocaust against enormous odds, making the joy of that moment all the more poignant. I thought of these two people, who later became friends of mine, as I read Jan T. He has too many greater indignities to relate. He has to tell how surviving Polish Jews, having escaped the fate of 90 percent of their community — three million people — returned to their homeland to be vilified, terrorized and, in some 1, instances, murdered, sometimes in ways as bestial as anything the Nazis had devised. Polish Jews and Christians were bonded, as never before, by unimaginable suffering at the hands of a common foe. Besides, there were so few of them left to hate: only , or so in a population of 20 million.
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Kielce in Poland, from Europe region, is best know for Parks. Discover best things to do in Kielce with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here! Restaurants in Kielce. The review below which states that this attraction is only open from April to September is incorrect. I'm glad we checked with Tourist Information who confirmed that you can visit any time of the year and this makes sense as it is literally a park in the city - there are no gates, no entrance fee etc, you just walk in!
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To Laurie A. As soon as I fell asleep, I was in Warsaw. In dreams, of course. I knew the Slavic city in circumstances that it is better not to mention now.