I don't care about British, I ask you why you slandering Poles and defending British for backstabbing allies ?
As I have asked you several times before: please detail the exact way in which the British stabbed Poland in the back. Please quote the parts of the relevant treaty which Britain did not observe.
Do you think it was difficult to fake it for someone who hold all cards?
I'd be fairly impressed if they could fake Polish newspapers of the time. You seem to forget that if Bierut had not been locked up by the Polish government at the time, he would have shared the fate of the rest of the Polish communist party: i.e. a bullet in the head or a slower death in the gulags.
Do you know that soviet Bierut and Bierut were the same person?
As you wish to suggest that they were not, perhaps you could provide us with some sources confirming your stance.
Have you heard about 33rd regiment ?
Yes. They were a British signals unit and were disbanded this year.
And whats your ? whats your parents ?
This is gibberish even by your standards.
Why didn't you jump on parachute to soviet Poland and fight communist ?
Actually it was because at the time Poland was communist ruled, I had no interest at all in Poland: I was busy at school.
What sources and for what is well known fact that nothing happened in Soviet control zone without Stalin
As it is so well know, you will have no problems in providing multiple sources stating that Stalin handpicked the entire provisional government. I look forward to reading them.
Good find. Just so there is no mistake.
Well it would be a good find if the story had any kind of basis in reality. Let's start with the letter. Tony Blair expressed nothing. A Downing Street secretary called Matthew Rycroft expressed regret. And he did not express regret for the 1946 parade snub. His exact words were "We very much regret that Polish contingents did not take part in the victory parade". Read the letter for yourself: polandinexile.com/vp4.htm
Then let's check why Poles did not take part in the 1946 parade. According to the Financial times of 2005, it was because the nation was excluded. Could that because the lazy journo was simply rewriting a press release (found at polandinexile.com/vp2.htm) without bothering to check the historical facts? Well, Poland is certainly listed in the official program of the victory celebrations as a nation which will take part. According to a certain General Anders and The Times newspaper of June 1946, western command Poles refused to attend despite being invited. As to why the official government of Poland didn't send representatives, we'll never know that. All we do know is that they were invited.
I don't think this quote needs any comment. Statements like these are even expected from Harry.
Would you like us to discuss why you didn't fight for Poland? And please don't try to tell us that standing ready to fight for your new nation by murdering Polish civilians was fighting for Poland.