Poland demands huge monetary compensation for Nazi invasion

The Polish government is demanding that Germany pay as much as a trillion dollars in compensation for the Nazi invasion during World War II. It is a sign that after seven decades, the wounds from Hitler's war have yet to heal.

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    The Polish government is demanding that Germany pay as much as a trillion dollars in compensation for the Nazi invasion during World War II.

    It is a sign that after seven decades, the wounds from Hitler's war have yet to heal.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from Szczecin on the Polish-German border.


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