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Photos: Neighbors killing neighbors — a Polish community still reels over the massacre of its Jewish residents

If wars leave scars, then Poland has a deep red gash through its middle. For six years during World War II, the country was fought from both sides; the Soviet Union invaded from the east and Germany from the west. Five million Poles died during the war — that’s one-fifth of the population. Three million of…

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