A Jew who met a German during World War II was a dead Jew (…) These were the realities of World War II
– said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki during the opening of the National Remembrance Park in Toruń.
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Opening of the National Remembrance Park in Toruń. The ceremony is attended by, among others Prime Minister Morawiecki and the president of PiS. A letter from President Duda
Poland is the greatest victim of the material plunder of the Second World War. This truth must also break through with such a work as this screaming about the terrible fate of Poles and Jews during World War II, which the Germans prepared for us.
The prime minister recalled.
Morawiecki: You have to remove the mark
That is why it is necessary to ask about the truth of those years in order to remove not only this stigma, this falsehood, these manipulations that were tried to be imposed on us. One must restore the proper measure of things
– he stressed.
You need to recover not only the truth about those times, but you have to recall every name in the name of this truth, so I look at the National Remembrance Park with great gratitude, it is a great step on the way to rebuild the truth
– the head of government pointed out.
A meeting place for generations
Let this Park be a meeting place, a meeting place for generations – the generation of those who behaved properly in that barbaric time with our generation and the generations that will come for us. Let it be a reminder of those years, but also of the heroism and bravery of Poles
– said the prime minister.
Mateusz Morawiecki thanked him. for director Tadeusz Rydzyk and research workers.
Let this place be a testimony of our courage and solidarity
– he pointed out.