There were no Polish death camps

1 comment I MUST protest the use of the phrase "notorious Polish death camps" in Mark Waghorn's piece ("Nazis slaughtered 15,000 Jews a day, research reveals", The Herald, January 3). There were no Polish "death camps" during the Second World War. There were Nazi German death camps in occupied Poland. My own cousin, Ferdinand Bienecki, a Polish Roman Catholic, was murdered by the Nazis in Majdanek concentration camp in the city of Lublin. This careless editing is hurtful to those of us Poles who suffered so much under the Nazi jackboot. Their memory deserves better. Antony Kozlowski



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