Bid to outlaw talk of ‘Poland death camps’ stirs anger

Q: Israel is objecting to a Polish bill that would fine or jail people who blame Poland or Poles for Nazi atrocities committed on its soil during World War II, including the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Jews at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. Where is Poland?

Circle the area on this map

Q: Nazis built the extermination camps in Poland after the nation was occupied by German troops in World War II. Germany borders Poland to the . . .

A. North

B. East

C. South

D. West

Q: The bill, which would jail even foreigners for up to three years for using terms such as “Polish extermination camps,” was inspired by a wave of nationalism in the country. Last year, tens of thousands of people marched through Poland’s capital . . .

A. Minsk

B. Prague

C. Vienna

D. Warsaw

Q: Right-wing and nationalist politicians have gained ground in Europe after thousands of migrants flooded into the continent to escape war and economic collapse in . . .

A. Africa

B. South Asia

C. West Asia

D. All of the above

Q: Many of the migrants applied for asylum in Europe. Which nation had the most asylum seekers?

A. Britain

B. France

C. Germany

D. Poland

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