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Phuong NguyenTA: Erdem Ilter History 52/2/2107Week 4 reading responseThe book The destruction of Jewish Community in Jedwabne Poland: Neighbors was about the relationship between Polish and Jews that was hidden from the world. Although it seemed to be unimportant, it explored the truth of how Jews were mistreated and killed by their neighbors: Polish. The book also included the voices from the Jews victims that were lucky to survive through the time of nightmares such as Szmul Wasersztajn. The story unfolded the brutal truth of antisemitism in Poland. Jews were mistreated publicly in German yet they were hiddenly killed, drowned, and burned on the barn while were forced to sing until they died in small town Jedwabne of Poland. The most shocking story was that the Jews and non-Jews were used to be neighbors for generations. Yet just one single day in 1941, the Polish officials summoned all the