Not at all. But the excuse 'Stalinism' looks decidedly dodgy when talking about things that happened more than three years after his death. It's a bit like blaming Hitler for the Kielce pogrom.
You just don`t know the history of 1950s. Stalin died in 1953, but the system, by pure force of inertia, continued to murder even after his death. E.g., Polish pre-war officers were tried and sentenced to death in 1954.
Political prisoners were released after Ocotber 1956, the time when stalinism finished in Poland.
Except for "final solution" (I admit that was on purpose), nope. I'm just trying to make you guys use your brains (if available...), take at least some responsibility for Poland's past, and stop lamenting about how badly the Poles are treated.
OK, it is yuor right. But why are you doing it by means of truth distortion and pure lying , is a mystery to me..... :):):)
It must be very comfortable to forget the negative things of Poland's past. They did carry it out
Here we go again: just another stupid excuse.
I agree, although you cannot seriously blame the crimes of the Polish communists on the Germans.
No. If any crimes were committed on innocent Germans by Poles, and we know there were some acts of retaliation for the horrors of the German occupation in Poland, I am not going to sweep it under the carpet.
I don`t need to make up any excuses. I can openly admit: yes, a few thousand Germans, some of them former Nazi functionaries or Volksdeutche, but also many innocent ones, including women, children and the elderly were killed or left to die in concentration camps run by Polish communist forces, controlled by Soviet NKVD, after the war.
1. Was the German population forcefully removed from Pomerania, Silesia and pre WW2 Poland?
2. Were thousands of people tortured and killed in the so-called labour camps of Poland?
3. How many people died during the expulsion of the German population?
2. Yes, by Polish camp commanders and guards and, most likely, with the acceptance of their superiors
3. Lowest estimates: 400000 - 600000 in the course of the expulsion measures
You do the thinking. And don't tell me it was all the Russians fault and the Germans deserved it.
As for point NO 1, it was the allied powers which decided about the replacement of German population. Hence, go to complain to US, Great Britain and Russia. Poland had nothing to do with it. :):):):)
As for point NO 2, I already commented on it above.
As for point NO 3, most German victims took place during the winter evacuation from the territories taken by Soviet offensive in 1945. Scared Germans tried to run away from the Red Army but they died en masse on roads and in bombed cities, e.g., Dresden.
Poles had nothing to do with it.
Why are you distorting the truth in numbers 1 and 3 and demand that Poles acknowledge someone else`s sins????
Don't call someone else an animal if you behave like one yourself.
How can I call you? Liar, liar?? :):):):):)
Nah. What the Poles did was to destroy most protestant churches and cemeteries.
Another lie. I drive through seaside areas every year. Not a single church was destroyed, they stand sound and safe. I have hundreds of photos. Of course, they were converted to catholic sites.
PS. Hey , I am still waiting for your translation of the German text. I thought you are proficient in German, so quickly you offered me the quote to discuss.....
Or are you better in Russian??? :):):):):):):)