WARSAW, Poland – A Polish official says that contrary to German claims, no documents or records show his country ever renowned for seeking World War II repairs from Germany
Berlin insists Poland waived such rights in 1953, while under Moscow's control. But prominent ruling party lawmaker Arkadiusz Mularczyk customs The Associated Press Tuesday this wasn't backed up by evidence, and a copy of a 1953 note signed only by Poland's leader of the time is not legally binding.
He believes that raising reparations with Berlin would not have been adequately compensated for the human and material losses it suffered during Nazi German occupation.
Mularczyk heads a team of experts counting the losses, and intends to present it to Germany. ]