"Polish death camp" controversy
The "Polish death camp" controversy is a dispute over whether it is inappropriate to refer to Nazi German concentration camps located in Poland as "Polish", because it could be construed as referring to something attributed to Polish people as well as referring to something located in German occupied Poland.
- Yehuda Bauer (1981) - "It is true that the murder program was already going on in the conquered Russian areas where no Americans could penetrate, but the fact that the first Polish death camps came into existence about the time of America's entry into the war seems to have convenced some writers that Pearl Harbor was one of the causes under German control" 
- Gerald Reitlinger (1987)- "The Polish Death Camps and Their Evolution We know now that there was no break in the activities of the ' Charitable Foundation for Institutional Care ' after August, 1941" 
- United States Holocaust Memorial Council (1990)- "Studies the three Polish death camps operated in 1942 and 1943 in conjunction with Operation Reinhard. The camps are viewed in the context of Nazi extermination policy in the General Government ..." 
- Marty Bloomberg, Buckley Barry Barrett (1995) - "Micheels served in several Dutch, German, and Polish concentration camps as an inmate doctor and, in some respects, had an easier time than other surviving prisoners... "
- Alina Grabowska (1999) - "Określenia w rodzaju "polskie obozy koncentracyjne" nie tylko wyznaczają położenie geograficzne tych obozów ale sugerują, że zakładali je Polacy. 
- 'Stefan Bratkowski (2001)- "cześć amerykańskich Żydów wręcz nienawidzi Polaków - w głębokim przekonaniu, że obozy zagłady budowali Polacy i dlatego działały one w Polsce; nie przestaną więc używać sformułowań typu "polskie obozy koncentracyjne" 
- Tim Cole - "What is striking in the case of Auschwitz is the way in which this death camp was deliberately chosen above other Polish death camps as the site of memory." 
- Michael S. Neiberg - "The Russian liberation of the massive Polish death camps of Treblinka, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Chelmo, among others, provided more evidence ofthe depths of German barbarity". 
- Robert Solomon Wistrich"In the late summer of 1941 he was sent on a mission by the SS Health Department to persuade Globocnik (qv) and Christian Wirth (qv) to introduce 'Zyklon B' gassing into Polish death camps, in place of gas engines " 
- Michael Salter - "im Reichsverkehrsministerium in charge of arranging the transport of Jews to Polish death camps" 
- Donald L. Miller, Henry Steele Commager "When the Russians pushed into Poland, many of the remaining Jews in Polish concentration camps were taken on hunger marches to Dachau, Buchenwald, and other camps inside Germany "- 
- Telford Taylor (lawyer best known for his role in the Counsel for the Prosecution at the Nuremberg Trials)- "It was stated that pogroms and confiscation of Jewish property in Lodz and Warsaw were under way, and that a "specialist" had come from Dachau to set up Polish concentration camps...."
- Glenn Sujo - "Of an entirely different order is the remarkable, albeit controversial fictionalised account of a childhood in a Polish concentration camp " 
- Boys' Life 1997 - "Movie director Steven Spielberg (left) is helping record memories of Holocaust survivors. Many were children during World War II, like the ones above waiting to be freed from a Polish concentration camp called Auschwitz in 1945."
- Giacomo Papi - "CONCENTRATION CAMP INTERNEES AUSCHWITZ, POLAND, 1940-1945"
- Steven Mayer (New York Daily News)- "polish death camp"
- Cynthia Bowers (CBS News)- "a polish death camp"
- www.amazon.com 2011 - "PETER LOTH, Holocaust survivor, born in Stutthof, Poland's death camp." 
- "The Holocaust Industry" by Norman Gary Finkelstein, 2003
- Yehuda Bauer. American Jewry and the Holocaust. Wayne State University Press 1981 p. 317
- Gerald Reitlinger. The Final Solution-The Attempt to Exterminate the Jews of Europe, 1939-1945, 1987
- United States Holocaust Memorial Council 1990. Days of remembrance, April 7-14, 1991, p. 195
- Marty Bloomberg, Buckley Barry Barrett. The Jewish Holocaust. 1995
- "Alina Grabowska. Polska w komentarzach: Tom 2 , 1999
- Stefan Bratkowski. Pod wspólnym niebem: krótka historia Żydów w Polsce. 2001
- Tim Cole, Holocaust city. 2003
- Michael S. Neiberg, Warfare & society in Europe. 2004
- Robert Solomon Wistrich, Who's who in Nazi Germany, 2002
- Michael Salter, Nazi war crimes, US intelligence and selective prosecution at Nuremberg. 2003
- Donald L. Miller, Henry Steele Commager. The Story of World War II, 2002 p. 520;
- Telford Taylor The March of Conquest. The German Victories in Western Europe 1940, 1991 [Telford Taylor (1908-1998) American lawyer best known for his role in the Counsel for the Prosecution at the Nuremberg Trials after World War II]
- Glenn Sujo, David Fraser Jenkins, Legacies of silence: the visual arts and the Holocaust memory Imperial War Museum (Great Britain) - 2001 p. 102
- Boys' Life 1997 
- Giacomo Papi. The Last 150 Years Told Through Mug Shots, 2011
- New York Daily News "Buried prayers" Steven Mayer, 2011-11-05
- "Cynthia Bowers CBS News, New York 
-  www.amazon.com
- "Poles outraged by Obama’s reference to ‘Polish death camp’" Chicago Sun-Times BY ABDON M. PALLASCH Political Reporter email@example.com May 30, 2012