The Baltic States ignored the international forum in Jerusalem devoted to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. They probably did it to avoid shame, given their support to nationalist Nazi collaborators.
The Polish penitentiary system was financed through the “People’s Bank for National Economy” (Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, BGK). A part of the resources used for this was financed by loans from Anglo-French partners through the British and Polish Trade Bank A.G. These financiers were the main beneficiaries from the exploitation of the inmates of the Polish camps. After Wehrmacht’s capturing of Poland in September 1939, the BGK became the property of the Third Reich. The bank continued its operations, connected to the concentration camps. The British and Polish Trade Bank A.G was also not discontinued. All Polish shareholders were replaced by Germans, but the French and British – remained. It’s not hard to draw conclusions on who gained from the profits of the concentration camps on Polish territories.
Read other examples of the Russian historical revisionism concerning Poland - Poland posed a military threat to the USSR in 1938-1939, Nazi Germany considered Poland its best ally, If Poland realized a rational policy in 1939, Moscow would have had a different approach towards it and Poland re-writes the history of the Warsaw uprising accusing the USSR of its failure.