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Thorfinn wrote:"General Anders", don't you know that you are one of the very few people here that can read Polish?
I liked the pictures in the article, though. I assume that the below photo is that of the average Polish home; very nice.
I do not know the details, but Pawel Szandruk seems like a traitor to me.
"General Anders", do you know what race the real Wladyslaw Anders was? I used to think that he was Germanic because of his last name, but when I learned more about him, I found out that he was really a Lithuanian. His original name was Andriejauskas. I read that most people that knew him were under the impression that his father was German.
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