Poland’s Duda vows anti-Semitism fight at Kielce anniversary


Polish President Andrzej Duda has marked the 70th anniversary of a notorious post-war massacre of Jews by saying there is no place for anti-Semitism in today’s Poland.

Forty-two people, most of them survivors of the Nazi Holocaust, were murdered on 4 July 1946 in Kielce, 150km (93 miles) south of Warsaw. The massacre was carried out by communist police, soldiers and a mob. It prompted thousands of Poland’s Jewish Holocaust survivors to leave. More

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