NEWS from THE POLISH AMERICAN CONGRESS
HOLOCAUST DOCUMENTATION COMMITTEE
177 Kent St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11222 – (718) 349-9689
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THE HORRORS OF AUSCHWITZ BIND THESE POLISH CATHOLICS TOGETHER

The Children of Polish Christian Holocaust
Survivors get two new members as (from left to right)
Patricia Kolodziejek and Wanda Deregowska submit
their applications to Michael Preisler and Andrew
Kaminski to start their membership in the new unit of
the Polish American Congress.

The fathers of both women were prisoners of Hitler’s SS
in Auschwitz as was the father of Mr. Kaminski.
Mr. Preisler spent over three years in Auschwitz himself.

As co-chair of the Holocaust Documentation Committee
of the Polish American Congress, Mr. Preisler founded
the Children of Polish Christian Holocaust Survivors
as a way for its members to honor the memory of their
parents who suffered through the terror that befell
the Christians of Poland during the Holocaust years.

Preisler’s daughter, Ewa Preisler-Grabicki, is the group’s
chairperson with Mr. Kaminski as her co-chair. She was
unavailable for this photo.

“Nowhere else is Holocaust history as distorted and
misrepresented as it is about Poland,” said Preisler who
has devoted many years since coming to the United
States to fighting against what he describes as “perversions
of the truth.”

Preisler blames this on the media for their “reckless and
unconscionable abuse of historical facts and a pervasive
anti-Christian bias.”

At the present time, most of the activities of the Children
of Polish Christian Holocaust Survivors are based in the
New York City area. With divisions and chapters in many
states, the Polish American Congress expects its newest
addition to eventually attain a nationwide membership.

Contact: Frank Milewski
(718) 263-2700