78 years ago, on March 20th 1942, Anna Smoleńska created the “Anchor”, the symbol of “Poland fighting” under the German occupation. Arrested with the whole family, tortured in Pawiak. Sent to the German Death Camp in Auschwitz where she perished at the age of 23 with her entire family.
Watch a great video by Stefan Tompson “In Defence of Poland: A Nation of Heroes”. There were no Polish Death Camps. Poles, as a nation and as a state, did not collaborate with Nazi German occupants. Poles represent the largest group of people who rescued Jews during Holocaust with 6863 Righteoues among the Nations, despite the fact that sheltering or helping Jews was punished by Germans by the death penalty. Stefan also explains why the “Anchor” was such an important symbol.
Polish subtitles. Please share this video as widely as possible and help spread the historical truth.
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