Revisiting a killing field in Poland
By Sam Roberts
The New York Times/International Herald Tribune


LUBLIN, Poland Adam Frydman shut his heavy-lidded eyes and vividly recalled his first glimpse of this unplowed field 62 years ago. He was 20 and had just arrived from the Warsaw ghetto with his father and brother. He imagined hundreds of Polish Jews huddled behind barbed wire fences. He heard barking dogs. He inhaled the smell of death. When he got his bearings, he pointed unambiguously.

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