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August 7, 2001
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The mayor of a Polish town where 1,600 Jews were killed by their Polish neighbors in 1941 resigned, saying town representatives failed to support efforts to memorialize the massacre. “There were personal attacks connected with the fact that I was involved with commemorations” regarding the massacre, said Jedwabne’s mayor, Krzysztof Godlewski.

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