I find it difficult to understand why you and other writers seem to confuse Poland the victim of Nazi Germany invasion and occupation with the Poland as some active member of the Axis.
Camps set up by the Germans were done so because it was convenient and not some sign of Polish complicity.
One never reads this type of slander against the French in the same way even though the Vichy government, for example, was an active and willing participant.
Poland was on the receiving end of victimization, Poles died in the same death camps fighting for decency and freedom. With their lives.
When you call it "the world's largest Jewish cemetery", while graphic and statistically true since so many murder victims, it reinforces the silly notion that Poland was a willing participant in the reign of evil under Nazi Germany.
Have you ever thought up a catch phrase for France in the same why? Not likely. But the insult to Poland goes unchecked over and over again. Unfair, untrue, and just plain insulting. The first victim in war is the truth, so I hope we can make sure to not repeat any mistakes of the past. Words are powerful things and can send big lies when used carelessly.
Otto's father was a Nazi soldier. Otto wrote Ripples of Sin