Sjam provided you with some, now read them carefully and please absorb the details.
Do stop with the lies. Sjam said “British RAF and South African SAAF crews were not volunteers for Warsaw Rising operations.”
I did not specify why. I assume that the reader has enough knowledge on the subject and common sense that every little detail doesn’t have to be spelled out or defined in great detail.
Yes of course every reader here will know that only the USAAF had fighter planes with the range to accompany the supply planes.
As they say proof is in the pudding. Bringing up the correspondence as your proof brings little to this debate, for one it does not show the intent and that’s what you want to prove so desperately here. On contrary it shows otherwise. I would venture even further and say it shows little cowardness on your part, my big brother told me NO so that’s that, but that’s my opinion so let’s not go there either.
You have been caught lying: when you are in a hole, stop digging. The telegrams clearly show that Churchill wanted to send planes anyway, despite your claim that he actually wanted to do the exact opposite.
Cowardice is getting allies to fight for you and then when they are not needed, stealing half their country and repressing them. Something that Poles should know all about but somehow don’t.
I know Harry but I still like to think I’m having this discussion with a Brit. Otherwise I would have to think it’s Jewish Polonophobia now wouldn’t I?
So in your tiny bigoted mind:
a) a Brit can not be a Jew;
b) if I’m not British, I must be Jewish.
Guess what? You are wrong on both your assumptions.
The 'Rising' title was deliberatley chosen so as to distinguish the 1944 Rising from the 1943 Ghetto Uprising this was to address the fact that most people have never heard of the 1944 Rising and always assume any reference to aWarsaw Uprising was related entirely to the Ghetto Uprising.
I’d disagree with you about most people having never heard of the ’44 uprising but have heard of the ’43 uprising.
But it is lucky that the museum to the ’44 uprising is called the “Rising museum”, otherwise people would get it confused with the museum for the ’43 uprising….