Misery, hate, targeting, and the quest to be right in history
There is so much hate and a lack of critical thinking regarding the past. Can we even recover?More
Blocking on Social Media - a necessary end
As a historian, dialogue – discussion is vital for us to hear other perspectives and gain insight, but being involved on social media shows how difficult this can be. After years online on different platforms, I have come to find that reasonable exchanges are extremely rare. In fact, they can be almost impossible to have. So what must we do when people are incapable of reason and in some instances become unhinged in a belief that they believe everyone else must accept? I have found that the best thing to do in some situations is to block. There is no other way to deal with the delusions of some individuals.More
Losing our humanity while attempting dialogue about the Holocaust
When non-Jewish victims are actively ignored or defamed openly without criticism, perhaps we have lost some of our humanity. When compassion and empathy are only shown for some and not others, we must consider our society and how far we have come from our moral compass.More
The American Tadeusz Kościuszko 7th Fighter Squadron in the Polish Bolshevik war
A group of American volunteers took part in the Polish-Bolshevik War of 1919-1920. Among them was the future maker of the famous movie, ‘King Kong’.More
Poland - the unbreakable - First to fight, never to surrender
Why is Poland so unique, extraordinary, and just undeniably fascinating - at least to me. There are several reasons. One of the main reasons is because Poland should not even exist and it does and this is because the Polish never quit fighting for their freedom. This means over 40 uprisings, and 123 years without freedom yet in spite of all of this, the Polish people remained invincible and a strong culture - unbroken.More
The NKVD betrayal against the Home Army and Poland in 1944 continued
The NKVD betrayal against the Home Army and Poland in 1944 continuedMore
Poland - Survivors, not Victims
Poland is a remarkable county in many ways. The people, the history, the culture, the food, almost everything I have come to love and adore about Poland, and that is one of the reasons I am such an advocate for promoting the truthful story about this nation. I find that Poles are genuinely survivors, considering what they have been through.More
May 8, 1946 - Zamość - Communist prison is broken into. Release of prisoners.
May 8, 1946 - The communist prison in Zamość is broken in. The release of 301 or 346 prisonersMore
Defiance, the Bielksi brothers, heroes or bandits? Does it make a difference when they serve a purpose in Hollywood?
Who were the Bielski's? Were they courageous Jews fighting Nazi Germans or could it be something different? Could they simply be necessary to create a narrative about heroic Jews in the midst of the Holocaust fighting back, regardless if they were war criminals? We can take a deeper look in this assessment.More
Who am I? Get to know me closer
I am using this platform to continue the battle against revisionism and propaganda. Poland fought and suffered and are now being attacked in a variety of ways for various agendas.
In the name of historical accuracy and truth, we must respond.
Jews & Poles Database
Check the compendium of informations about Polish-Jews relations and encounters.More