British paper calls German Nazi war criminal 'Polish mass murderer'

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British paper calls German Nazi war criminal 'Polish mass murderer'

Britain’s Daily Mirror has wrongly referred to Hans Frank, the German Nazi who ruled occupied Poland in WWII, as a “Polish mass murderer” in a recent article published online.

Hans Frank. Photo: Bundesarchiv, Bild 121-0270/Wikimedia Commons (CC-BY-SA 3.0)

Hans Frank. Photo: Bundesarchiv, Bild 121-0270/Wikimedia Commons (CC-BY-SA 3.0)

The daily ran a story about “Hitler's address book” which was recently discovered.

According to the paper, the notebook lists the details of some 200 people instrumental to the Nazi regime in Germany and noted that Hitler himself was omitted.

The Daily Mirror published a handful of the names from the notebook, among them Joachim Von Ribbentrop, who was instrumental in starting World War Two, Hitler’s main propagandist Joseph Goebbels, and Hermann Goering, who set up the Gestapo secret police.

The Auschwitz Museum reacted on Twitter, suggesting that the Daily Mirror might have intended to write “mass murderer of Poles” instead.

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