WW2 Polish expellees on display at the European Parliament
The exhibition is on display at the European Parliament building.The
European Parliament is hosting an exhibition on expulsions of Poles
between 1939 and 1945. The event gives an excellent opportunity to
present unknown facts to the European public.
'There is a lot of ignorance about the fate of Poland during the 20th
century and particularly during the Second World War. This gap is
filled with absurd stereotypes. Therefore the main goal of this
exhibition is to make Europeans more familiar with Polish history.'
Has there ever been a country that the history has been silenced, denied, ignored for 70 years? Millions of people have not been added to the price paid in Poland 1939-45, the people I speak of are the ones born right there. Is it guilt (countries that did not help), or fear of paying compensation, having to face lie's that were told for 70 years?
I am shocked that this is not front page headline, numbers will alter history books and the full truth will be told. Did Poland's Army flee the country due to lack of love for Poland? Or did they loose the very country they fought to protect?