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A Polish court has decided not to punish a history professor for a “Holocaust denial” book that presents arguments questioning aspects of the familiar Six Million extermination story. On December 7, 1999, the regional court in Opole, in southern Poland, found that Dariusz Ratajczak supported revisionist views on the Holocaust …

Dariusz Ratajczak, a professor at the University of Opole in southern Poland, was suspended in April 1999 from his teaching post following protests over his book, “Dangerous Topics,” in which he writes sympathetically about revisionist scholarship disputing Holocaust claims. Jewish organizations lost no time in voicing alarm over the new …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Dariusz Ratajczak, a Polish history professor was fired by his university. In addition, he was banned from teaching elsewhere for writing and publishing the book Dangerous Themes. This book asserts that Nazi Germany did not have a comprehensive plan for …

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death." George Orwell Warsaw City Procurator filed felony charges against Adam Gmurczyk, the editor of a Polish socio-political monthly, Szczerbiec (shcherbyetz), because it published a translation of the pamphlet, 66 Questions and Answers on the Holocaust. This pamphlet was first published in the …