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German publisher sues Patria Nostra Association

Norbert Tiemann, editor-in-chief of Westfälische Nachrichten, and the publishing company Aschendorff Medien&Co want to convince the German court that Patria Nostra has no right to demand publication of an apology for the use of the terms “Polish death camps” and claims for damages. Patria Nostra received a notice of suit in this case from the Munster National Court. […]

Communiqué of the Patria Nostra Association on criminal proceedings in Germany concerning crimes committed in the camps Majdanek, Stutthof and Auschwitz

After the German Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe decided that ZDF did not have to apologize to Karol Tendera, a former Auschwitz prisoner, for using the phrase “Polish extermination camps”, Rajmund Niwinski from the team of lawyers from Dusseldorf, Munich (Germany) and Atlanta (USA) contacted the Patria Nostra association. […]

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Communiqué of the Patria Nostra Association in Olsztyn on the constitutional appeal against the decision of the German BGH in the case of Karol Tendera and ZDF

By order dated July 19, 2018, published on August 21, 2018, the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH) in Karlsruhe decided that the German television station ZDF did not have to execute the Polish judgment ordering it to apologize to Karol Tendera, a former Auschwitz prisoner, on its main website. In that way, according to the ruling of the Court of Appeal in Krakow, the ZDF was to compensate for the harm caused to Karol Tendera for using on one of its subpages a term suggesting that Auschwitz was the work of Poles and not Germans. […]

A Protest by CMWP SDP Against the Sentence in the Case of the Former Prisoner of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp and ZDF Television

With indignation and sadness, the Press Freedom Monitoring Center SDP acknowledges the judgment of the German Federal Court of Justice (BGH), which means that the German public television channel Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (ZDF), a tycoon on the media market in Europe, does not have to apologize to Karol Tendera, a former Auschwitz concentration camp prisoner, for using the term “Polish death camps” and that he, as an applicant, must pay 4 thousand euros extra for court fees. […]