Warsaw calls on Poles abroad to defend country’s WWII image​

The president of the Polish Senate has called on Poles living abroad to denounce all manifestations of anti-Polish sentiment – in a letter sent to Polish embassies around the world. This comes in the wake of a controversial Holocaust law designed to prevent people from erroneously describing Nazi German death camps such as Auschwitz-Birkenau as Polish, simply because they were set up on Polish soil.