September 2010
Polish American Journal;Sep2010, Vol. 99 Issue 9, p1
The article offers world news briefs in 2010 including the completion of a wooden barracks at a former German Nazi concentration camp Majdanek, the observance of 66th anniversary of the Warsaw Uprising against the Nazis, and the murder of Ambassador Zenon Kosinlak-Kamysz's children and wife.


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