Many recollections about old Drohobych can also be found in the book "Visit to Israel." In Israel, Andzhei Khtsiuk visited his old friends and acquaintances — former residents of Drohobych of Jewish nationality — and together with them reminisced about their unforgettable home city and its inhabitants. "We talked," he writes, "about good Poles and about bad Poles, about good Ukrainians and about bad Ukrainians, about good Jews and about bad Jews — such as Mitso Rosenbek of "Betar" (such was the name of the Jewish soccer club in Drohobych. — A.H.), who today lives in Canada and fears to travel to Israel, and about others who served in the Ghetto Police, and plundered and destroyed their own people." One might wonder why those who search for "war criminals" among Ukrainians are silent about Mitso Rosenbek and others like him, and why the Deschênes Commission in Canada took no interest in him?
Adolphe Hladylovych, Polish Writer On Ukrainians Who Saved Jews, Svoboda, 24Aug92, in Mykhailo Shalata (ed.), Drohobych County — The Land of Ivan Franko, Shevchenko Scientific Society, Drohobych, 1997, Vol. 4, p. 380.