Jedwabne and the power struggle in Poland (remembering the Polish‐Jewish past a decade after the collapse of communism)

@article{WolentarskaOchman2003JedwabneAT,
  title={Jedwabne and the power struggle in Poland (remembering the Polish‐Jewish past a decade after the collapse of communism)},
  author={Ewa Wolentarska-Ochman},
  journal={Perspectives on European Politics and Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={4},
  pages={171 - 189}
}
Abstract In this paper I would like to discuss the proposition that attempts undertaken recently in Poland to re‐examine Polish‐Jewish relations from the Second World War fulfil a function that is far from in the interests of historical accuracy, truth and moral obligation towards the victims. I argue that the recent debate about Polish guilt for the massacre of the Jedwabne Jews in July 1941 was determined by the interests and needs of different political groups holding power in Poland a… 
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    Nasza Polska, Myśl Polska. The majority of publications on Jedwabne appeared between
    • The most representative newspapers of this group are: Nasz Dziennik, Tygodnik Glos
    leader of the Democratic Left Alliance, quoted in: 'Po incjatywie UW w sprawie Jedwabnego
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    See for example: Nasz Dziennik
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    Jedwabne: podsumowanie ekshumacji', Gazeta Wyborcza
      See the Minutes of: 104 Session of the Parliament on
        See: Nasza Polska
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        The statement was published next day by the Catholic Information Agency (KAI) and later quoted by Życie
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