A majority of Poles, 57 percent, fully support the government’s attempts to pursue Second World War reparations from Germany, with the government calculating that the material and humanitarian costs of the war amount to €1.3 trillion. Only 19 percent are opposed to the government’s plan, and 24 percent are undecided, according to the poll conducted […]
The aim of the new institute will to continue work on the reparation assessment of both German and Soviet occupation of Poland during the Second World War and address the reparations Germany and Russia still owe in the eyes of Poland
German Forieng Minister Heiko Maas claims that Germany gave Poland €2 billion in WWII reparations, which is 500 times less than the damages Poland suffered during the war, writes Editor-in-Chief of Polish weekly Sieci Jacek Karnowski
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