Poland makes peace with its Jews

Outside of Israel, I've never seen Jewish history commemorated the way it is in Poland

David Frum

The last time I saw Krakow was the summer of 1990.

Communist power had ended in Poland, but old ways continued. The police still barked orders. The buildings moldered. The air still choked with brown smoke.

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