The Saski Palace, also known as the Saxon Palace, was one of Poland's most distinctive buildings prior to World War Two. It was destroyed by Nazi bombing in 1944.
While working on an underground parking lot, construction workers found bullets used by Nazi and Soviet troops.
Lapid’s decision to slam the Poles over this latest piece of legislation shows that he has no intention of changing his tune on these issues, maintaining his stance from three years ago.
Foreign Minister Lapid said the legislation is an ‘illegal and immoral’ attempt to ‘obscure history.’
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The government recently allocated 3 million zloty, some €660,000, to the “Patriotic Fund” which will distribute money to three highly problematic groups.
His one-year sentence is an unusually stiff punishment for an offense such as this in Poland.
Poland has chosen to use lies to double down on pride and obstinancy rather than compromise and face inconvenient historic events.
Members of the All-Polish Youth group left large chunks of brick walls on Wednesday with a sign reading “this is your property,” the Polska Times news site reported.
The Sejm’s new legislation will make it impossible for Jewish claimants or their descendants to recover or be compensated for what was taken from them in Poland.