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Six in ten Poles want reparations from Germany for WWII: study

30.01.2020 11:51
Six in ten Poles believe that Germany should pay their country reparations over World War II, according to a survey.
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Fifteen percent are against such a move, while 25 percent are uncertain, according to the study by research firm Pollster for Polish tabloid newspaper Super Express.

The survey was carried out on January 22-23, asking 1,091 adult Poles for their views.

The idea of Poland seeking war reparations from Germany was floated by Poland’s conservative Law and Justice party after it came to power in 2015.

Party leader Jarosław Kaczyński said last May that over EUR 1 trillion in war reparations could be owed to Poland, which suffered massive damage at the hands of Nazi Germany in World War II.

German officials, however, have said that the issue was definitively settled with Poland in 1953.

In a resolution adopted that year, the Polish communist government of the time recognised that Germany had fulfilled its obligations with regard to Poland and decided against seeking compensation.

But Poland's ruling conservatives have said that decisions made by the country's communist-era authorities are not valid because they were made under pressure from the Soviet Union.


Source: PAP