Sunday, December 9, 2012
"Polish Concentration Camps" Bieganski on National Public Radio, Again
Some Polonians focus on the term "Polish concentration camp." They object to it because they feel it misrepresents Nazi Germany and its occupation of Poland during World War Two. This blog does not focus on the term "Polish concentration camp," feeling it is far too narrow a focus. Rather, this blog focuses on the Bieganski, Brute Polak stereotype that is used to distort WW II history, the Holocaust, and also racism and the history of immigration.
However, we are grateful to Otto Gross for sending in the latest use of the term "Polish concentration camp," this time by National Public Radio. Several previous blog entries focus on NPR's use of the Bieganski, Brute Polak stereotype.
You can find the phrase "Polish concentration camp" as used by NPR here.
You can see Otto Gross' previous posts here and here.
Previous blog posts on Bieganski on NPR are here, here, here and here.