A controversial new law in Poland makes it illegal to accuse the nation of being complicit with Nazi crimes such as the Holocaust. It also outlaws the phrase ‘Polish death camps’. Both are punishable by prison sentences of up to three years. The law has provoked an academic and diplomatic firestorm and was also renounced by the writer, scholar, film-maker and philanthropist Dr Inna Rogatchi, who also serves as the president of the Rogatchi Foundation, who answered some questions on the subject put to her by Rochel Sylvetsky.
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