Chapter 7 – 12: “Post-Gross, Grave Discussions”

ch7-10Scholar Joanna Michlic explains: In the midst of politically and emotionally charged discussion, a decision from the Polish state authorities: “an appropriate commemoration of the Jewish victims of the Jedwabne massacre” would be installed, and marked with the words, “To the memory of Jews from Jedwabne and the surrounding area, men, women and children, inhabitants of this land, who were murdered and burned alive on this spot on July 10, 1941.”