Pope Pius XII Learns About Atrocities Committed Against Poles

Pope Pius XII learns from an Italian consul about "unbelievable atrocities" being committed against Poles (most Catholics, but some Jews as well) by the Nazis.

Three days later he will inform a visitor of his decision to "spare" the Poles even worse treatment by not speaking about against what is happening.

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