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Ray Bradbury and World War II--Too Quick a Study?

October 09, 1988

The KCET program may have failed to mention the infamous Russian stab in Poland's back of Sept. 17, 1939, but Mr. Bradbury has forgotten, in his turn, an important fact:The Nazis were not selective in choosing their victims in that unhappy land. Millions of Jews were destroyed, but it is seldom mentioned that 3 million Poles who were not Jews also suffered and died.

PATRICK B. KELLY

Monrovia

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