Poland's Andrzej Duda remembers Jews expelled in 1968

Poland's Andrzej Duda remembers Jews expelled in 1968
 

Polish President Andrzej Duda has commemorated Jews driven out of the country by the communist authorities in 1968.
Poland regretted the "shameful act", he said, paying tribute to thousands of Jews who were forced out.
During his speech some protesters shouted "hypocrite" and "shame", local media report.
Relations with Israel have been tense over a law relating to the Nazi Holocaust in World War II.
Talking about the events of 1968 in post-war Poland, Mr Duda said: "The free and independent Poland of today, my generation, is not responsible and does not... read more

 
8 March 2018 in World News, Views: 35
Source: BBC
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