Historian: Polish society shunned Jewish survivors returning from death camps

In ‘Ghost Citizens,’ Polish academic Lukasz Krzyzanowski delves into postwar Radom, where Jews found new residents living in their stolen homes, and little empathy from the public.

When the slim percentage of Polish Jewry that survived the Holocaust returned home from the ghettos and death camps, they were not readily accepted back into the folds of Polish society.



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