Endecja of Dmowski's, yes; but he wasn't sepaking about lands to Oder-Neisse. He wanted Upper Silesia, Posen, Gdansk, Bytow, Lebork, southern part of East Prussia and some parts of Opole Silesia. Maybe - i can't deny, sicne Dmowski did change his opinion early few times - he was once daydreaming about more, but in reality he demanded only those thigns during WWI. Also, he didn't want ethnic cleansing: he wanted Polonisation made in similar ways as was done earlier Germanisation.michael mills wrote:Never heard of Endecja and Nara?I never heard of such organisations, and without proof I will not believe that such organisations existed.
Nara: i know that this was some pagan-lover nationalism marginal group, but that's all I know. Never had much influence in Poland.
Never heard about such. That does not mean it is falsification! It means it was so marginal group that today only historians with specialisation in topic of political history probably now something about it.Deschner that refers to such an organisation, the "Western March Union" (apparently the translation of the original Polish title).
In both Eckert's and Garlicki's books there is not mentioning
about aby of such organisations, when they presenting over dozen of different political parties and their attitude to the war and program for Poland. It's like quoting today's Polish skinheads websistes to prove that Poles want still Berlin back.
Or to quote some fascist Piasecki (Sp?) newspaper to prove that prewar Poland wanted alliance with Hitler.