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A Massacre in a Forest Becomes a Test of Poland’s Pushback on Wartime Blame

Two researchers are on trial for writing that a Polish mayor was complicit in a massacre. Critics say the government is trying to emphasize Polish suffering in World War II and downplay complicity in Nazi crimes

Andrew Higgins

Michał Franczak

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Andrew Higgins

Andrew Higgins is the bureau chief for East and Central Europe based in Warsaw of The New York Times.

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