US Could Have Helped Jews During World War II

Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski on Thursday rebuffed US criticism about the restitution of Jewish property seized after World War II, saying that Americans should have put their concerns into action during the war.

“If the United States wanted to do something for Polish Jews, then a good moment would have been 1943-44, when most of them were still living and when Poland … pleaded for that,” Sikorski told Polish Radio. “Now this intervention is somewhat delayed.”

The US could have bombed the railroad tracks that carried prisoners to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, Sikorski said.


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