I am well familiar to that has occured to Strasbourg.Michate wrote:Look at the Straßburg issue to learn how incorrect that is.If the general de Gaulle has refused to execute requirements of Anglo-Americans it is possible to not doubt, that he would be arrested.
The Frenchmen (the general de Gaulle not exception) reasonable people also reckoned with real position. The Frenchmen have obeyed to the requirement of Anglo-American command.
However to compare a situation in Poland of summer of 1944 and a situation in France the beginnings of 1945 (when there was a problem Strasbourg) there are no bases. Analogies between these situations are not present.
To the beginning of 1945 almost all territory of France has been already exempted from Germans.
By this time the administration of the general de Gaulle completely supervised a situation in the French state.
To the beginning of 1945 of the French armies in structure of forces of allies was already much. Thus, to the beginning of 1945 France de facto became the full member of an alliance.
However, general Eisenhower, making a decision to recede from area Strasbourg, did not begin to consult on the general de Gaulle about this very important decision for the French state.
It is clear, that de Gaulle as the head of the French state has been obliged to remind of it to general Eisenhower.
To speak about analogy in actions of the Frenchmen and Poles it would be possible at a following situation.
Imagine, that for some days of the beginning of landing of Anglo-Americans in Normandy (that is, some days prior to day D), for example, on June, 1st, 1944 the general de Gaulle and his French colleagues would land at this coast.
Imagine, that thus the general de Gaulle would not inform anything on the actions to Anglo-Americans.
Clearly, that it would revolt Anglo-Americans as in this case they should replace the plans urgently. In fact, premature occurrence of weak French forces in Normandy at all did not assist Anglo-Americans. On the contrary. In this case, the situation for Anglo-Americans sharply worsened, as premature occurrence of the Frenchmen at coast in Normandy would draw attention of Germans to this place.
Now, imagine, that in this situation Stalin instead of condemning the adventurer de Gaulle, would began to demand from Anglo-Americans to postpone the plans and to throw forces on rescue of these Frenchmen.
Imagine, that Anglo-Americans would find out still that to France profits from Russia about four tens German divisions.
Clearly, that in this situation landing in Normandy would turn back for Anglo-Americans additional tens thousand killed and hundreds thousand wounded.
At such situation that Anglo-Americans began to think of Stalin? Clearly, that anything good they about Stalin would not think.
That Anglo-Americans with de Gaulle and his colleagues for such adventure would make it is known to one to the God.
At least, at such succession of events Anglo-Americans have the right were to confirm, that the French general de Gaulle the rascal, and marshal Stalin the bastard.
However (as it is not sad) so looked in opinion of Russian of action of the London Poles and their Anglo-American patrons in August, 1944.
In the end of July the beginning of August, 1944 in Poland before Russian armies have appeared German divisions which were before in France and Italy.
Why the Polish Army Anders has not undertaken efforts to detain in Italy a tank division "Herman Goering"? Why Anglo-Americans have admitted, what Germans have thrown the reserves from France to Poland?
This moving of German reserves from France to Poland has allowed Anglo-Americans to be pulled out from narrow peninsula Kotanten on plains of France.
This moving of German divisions has allowed French and American armies on August, 15th, 1944 almost lost-free will land in the south of France. However it of simplification for Englishmen, Americans and the Frenchmen has turned back for Russian additional thousand victims the soldier and officers.
Now Russian soldiers and the officer should destroy those German divisions which earlier were before Englishmen, Americans, the Frenchmen, Canadians and Poles in France and Italy.
Instead of fruitless attempts to dump cargoes from planes above Warsaw, Anglo-Americans should make all possible to not admit moving reserve German divisions to Poland. In it, from the point of view of Russian, the effective contribution of Anglo-Americans to of struggle for clearing of Warsaw and Poland of invaders consisted.