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March 25, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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6 Friday, March 25, 1983

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ers arranging the 40th an-
niversary commemoration
of the Warsaw Ghetto Up-
rising on April 19 are still
leaders of a political faction
in Poland responsible for
anti-Semitic purges and as-
saults during 1968-1969.
Dr. Israel Kugler,
president of the Workmen's
Circle, said that he was
communicating with world
leaders who might be "lured
by decent instincts" to par-
ticipate in the Polish
government-sponsored
commemoration "to re-
nounce this event for the
cynical insult it has become
to all those martyred and
who have survived the
Holocaust."
Kugler said that the prin-
cipal organizer of the April
19 Warsaw event was a

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under the regiine of Wlasys-
law Gomulka began im-
mediately after the Six-Day
War and Moczar's faction
within the Communist
Party took up the govern-
ment's cry that "Polish Jews
are the fifth column" and
expanded it to create an at-
mosphere during which
thousands of Jews who had
returned to Poland after
World War II began a mass
exodus, Kugler said.
"We totally support and
hail the statement by
Marek Edelman, the last
commander of the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising and who
resides in Lodz, who re-
nounced any association

with the sponsors of the
April 19th commemoration
in Warsaw calling it 'a cyni-
cal act of contempt.' "

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post-World War I organiza-
tion known as BOWID_ —
Association of :Fighters for
Freedom and Democracy —
and that Mieczyslav Moc-
zar, chairman of its central
council, and Vlodzimierz
Sokorski, presidnet of its
board, were both leaders
during 1968-1969 of a polit-
ical faction of the Polish
Communist Party which
bears Moczar's name that
engaged in widespread
anti-Semitic propaganda.
BOWID, itself, Kugler
charged, was notorious
after World War I for
anti-Semitic incitements,
and during World War II
its members aided and
abetted the Nazi oc-
cupiers by hunting for
Jews in the forests.
"The incongruity of this
whole affair is that Sokorski
joined the Moczar faction in
1968 arid, as a journalist,
was director of the Polish
government's Committee of
Radio and TV. During this
period, as perhaps none
other in Poland's otherwise
sordid anti-Semitic history,
anti-Semitic propaganda,
often using texts lifted from
the Nazi publication 'Der
Sturmer,' reached all-time
highs.
"Sokorski, who is ironi-
cally organizing the War-
saw Ghetto uprising event,
and is listed as one of the
principal speakers, as. Moc-
zar's intellectual leader,
was part of the Gomulka re-
gime's plan to make Poland
`Judenrein' — Jew-free."
The edict against Jews

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