VeleV wrote:The Polish HOME ARMY was the only real Polish army that existed during WW2. And the sopposed army you mentioned of Poles in the East created by Polish government in Exile was NEVER part of the Red Army - it was a seperate unit under Polish NOT RUSSIAN command...
I suggest reading "Opowiescie Z Tamtych Dni", a tale about a HOME ARMY soldier which clearly writes about how much of traitors were Poles which fought along side Russia. The author also gets into great detail of how many RUSSIANS joined the Polish Home Army because they hated their Soviet leaders...the book is one of the best books concerning the activities of Polish Home Army! It offers great footnotes, maps and photographs.
Why do you think when the Urprising happened in Warsaw the Russians were not wanted and watched how Poles got slaughtered? Polish peopel had respect for German soldiers while Russians raped were dirty and drank like horses (there is tales of this sort floating from almost every Polish grandmother or grandfather I have spoken to which experienced both the Russian invasion as well as the Germans)
it was created and initailly supplied by USSR.And the sopposed army you mentioned of Poles in the East created by Polish government in Exile was NEVER part of the Red Army - it was a seperate unit under Polish NOT RUSSIAN command...
especially them who fought their way into Berlin...how much of traitors were Poles which fought along side Russia.
well if they were not wanted it was kind of obvious thing to do was not it - or you suggesting that even though they were not wanted they were supposed to help?the Russians were not wanted and watched how Poles got slaughtered?
the fabulous live of Poles under German occupation is common knowlage indeed -they respected each other deeply. The whole uprisng thing was misunderstood by Germans - the poles actully wanted to fight alongside with them agianst the Soviets...Polish peopel had respect for German soldiers
you are not critical of Socialism you are critical of whatever happened between 1917 and 1991 - by definition - which is good approach for propaganda purposes but excessively smart (and I am being very mild here) when it comes to actual history study.VeleV wrote:Just becuase I am critical of socialism doesn't mean I do not have respect in OTHER areas of Russia
The woman i could never resist....even though I tried!
Political talks with Russians one on one with a bottle of something either Polish or Russian I also do not mind...and ofcourse the books
I think I will be visiting Moscow for my first time in December - half my trip in Poland half in Russia - I do not know what to expect.
oleg wrote:well since you like that kind of reading -what was the detah rate amongSoviet POWs in Polish POW camps after the Russo-Polish war.
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