A New Law on the Protection of Nazi Concentration Camp Sites
"Polish Concentration Camps". Misleading words
"Polish Concentration Camps." The November 1998 issue of The Australian carried an article titled "Blessed Be Their Names," containing the following passage: "The beatification in 1971 of Maximilian Kolbe, who died in a Polish concentration camp in 1941, attracted controversy because of allegations that he had been guilty of anti-Semitism as a journalist before the war..." After a series of protests from the Central Council of Polish Organizations in Australia, the Australian Press Board ruled on May 14, 1999 (in favor of the Central Council) that the expression "Polish death camps" could mislead Australian readers, is offensive to Poles, and therefore violates the principles of Australian journalism.
Familiarization with American Educational Policy
Several Museum workers engaged in preparing new exhibits and new plans for the functioning of the Museum made a study tour around the United States, visiting museums and enters of higher education and culture on the East and West Coasts and meeting people involved in exhibitions and educational policies at museums and memorial sites.
The Eleventh March of the Living
Preservation of Concrete Fenceposts
A Polish Historian Denies the Existence of Gas Chambers at Auschwitz
In 250 copies of a book printed at his own cost and distributed on the campus of Opole University, where he is employed, Dariusz Ratajczak writes that gas chambers used for murdering people are an invention of the adherents of the "religion of the Holocaust," and that Zyklon B was used exclusively to protect the Jews from the mortal danger carried by lice.