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

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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