Katyn has been referred to in three news stories in the last day.
Jan Niechwiadowicz, Cardiff
The new leader also used soft language on Germany and Russia, after
an ugly row with Berlin over a satirical story calling his twin
brother and Polish president - Lech Kaczynski - a potato. Polish-
Russian relations have grated over the issue of calling Russia's
1940 murder of Polish officers in Katyn "genocide."
The Russian market has remained closed to Polish food exporters
since last autumn, while the question of the 1940 mass murder of
Polish officers by the Soviet secret services in the Katyn forest
continues to be a bone of contention.
It would be interesting to imagine the way the new course will deal
with the sale of slaves to the European whites by the black tribal
chiefs of Africa. Or will it be a forbidden chapter of history, like
the slaughter of Polish officers in Katyn forest by Stalin's troops,
like the slaughter of 7,000 Spanish members of the clergy by the
communist in Spain?