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Professor may face charges in Poland History professor Jan Gross is under investigation in his native Poland for slandering the Polish government — a crime punishable with a prison sentence of up to three years — after claiming in a new book that anti-Semitism was prevalent in the country after World War II. Gross is being investigated by the Krakow Prosecutor's Office for allegedly violating Statute 132, which prohibits "publicly accusing the Polish nation of organizing or being responsible for Nazi or communist crimes." The conservative League of...
Persecution In War and Postwar Some scenes of that horror, related by Mr. Gross, will never leave you: a young man, head bleeding and bowed, surrounded by a crowd that slowly pelts him to death, stone by leisurely stone; a little boy, alone in the world after losing his entire family, crying each night after being bullied and beaten at school; well-dressed women being dragged from trains to have their heads crushed with iron rails; and the book's central event, the July 1946 pogrom in Kielce, the worst peacetime pogrom in post-WWII Europe, where the rage of the...
Chodakiewicz: People’s past has to be reviewed critically on individual basis Another scientist working across the Atlantic ocean, historian Marek Chodakiewicz does not agree with the theses of Professor Jan T. Gross. His book titled “Po Zagładzie” (After the Holocaust) also appeared recently in Polish bookshops  Rz: What is your disagreement with Professor Gross?  Marek Chodakiewicz, a historian: I agree with him that anti-Semitism was ubiquitous. But it was universal not only in Poland, but all over the world. Only in 1960s when the cultural paradigm was redefined, a more favorable...
Krakow church holds service against 'kikes who spit on us' WARSAW - This was not a pogrom, but it was close. Sunday's incident in Krakow at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was rife with overtones of hatred. "The Jews are attacking us! We need to defend ourselves," shouted Prof. Bogoslav Wolniewicz, to stormy applause. About 1,000 people gathered for special services Sunday at the church, organized by the Committee Against Defamation of the Church and For Polishness, along with the anti-Semitic Radio Maryja. Local residents were informed of the service by posters that...
Poland won't sue author of book on post-WWII anti-Semitism The author of a book accusing Poles of persecuting Jews in the years immediately after the Holocaust will not face charges of slandering the Polish nation, prosecutors said on Tuesday. Jan Gross's book "Fear", which claims that anti-Semitism remained prevalent in Poland under the communist regime after 1945, was published in Polish last week and immediately sparked a national debate about Polish-Jewish relations.  "The prosecutor's office decided there was nothing illegal (in the book)," said Boguslawa...
Gross: I Hope that Poles will Clear Themselves In his new book Jan T. Gross from the USA describes the cases of Jews killed in Poland in the years 1945 – 1946. According to the sociologist, Poles under the influence of the Catholic Church and the National Democratic Party continued the Holocaust.  Rz: What is Strach („Fear”) about?  Jan T. Gross: This is a story about people living in Poland that are exactly the same as people living anywhere else. This is a story about people who are subject to the same emotions, give in to the same...
Far From Truth In evaluating „Fear” by Jan Tomasz Gross, only the research techniques and not the “therapeutic” features of the book are important. The author did not research the archives, passed over inconvenient, and applied different measures to evaluate Jewish and Polish testimonies. The new book by Jan Tomasz Gross, „Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland after Auschwitz”, is an attempt to describe the fate of Polish Jews who survived the Holocaust. In the foreword from the editor, Henryk Woźniakowski stated that the...
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Darowizny uzyskane przez Fundację Pogranicze

W związku z otrzymaniem darowizn, na podstawie art. 18 ust. 1f, pkt 2 ustawy z dnia 15 lutego 1992 r. o podatku dochodowym od osób prawnych (Dz. U. z 2011 r. Nr 74, poz. 397, ze zmianami), Fundacja Pogranicze podaje do publicznej informacji, że łączna kwota uzyskana z tego tytułu w okresie od 01.01.2016 r. do 31.12.2016 r. wyniosła 254.355,17 zł (słownie: dwieście pięćdziesiąt cztery tysiące trzysta pięćdziesiąt pięć zł 17/100).

W 2016 roku Fundacja uzyskała również kwotę 9.230,90 zł w formie wpłat z 1% podatku.

Otrzymane darowizny Fundacja Pogranicze w całości przeznaczyła na realizację działań statutowych.

Towarzystwo Inwestycji Społeczno – Ekonomicznych S.A. w Warszawie udzieliło nam pożyczki na zamknięcie inwestycji oraz pomogło zorganizować montaż finansowy przy współpracy z Polskim Bankiem Spółdzielczym w Ciechanowie dla zapewnienia pełnej płynności przy prowadzeniu inwestycji związanej z rewitalizacją zabytkowego kompleksu dworskiego w Krasnogrudzie, w którym powstaje Międzynarodowe Centrum Dialogu.

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