Just please name the Mongolian traits on Polish faces.
Poles have Mongolian ancestry, Poles who don't recognize it, deny its past and roots.[quore]
There are some Tatars' descendants in Poland but saying that Poles have Mongolian ancestry is ridiculous.
[quote]That is the next issue, Poles want to feel Poland is in ''central europe'' , while the country is clearly located in eastern europe. Again , the Poles keep denying this.
Poles are taught at school that Poland is located in Central Europe. All the press, media use that term, and if they mean former Eatsern Bloc then they say "central-eastern Europe". Also the cultural influences of Catholicism as opposed to Eastern Orthodox situates Poland more among Western Europe countries than Eastern. It has nothing to do with inferiority complex, just Poles feel weird being called that term because it's not used in Poland with reference to Poland. If you say Eastern Europe in Poland, people think "it's where they use cyrillics and pray in those churches which roofs look like a decorative spot of cream" :)
If you'd say that Poland is a Slavic country no one would oppose that, even though, according to you, Poles have an inferiority complex. So as you see you are plain wrong, Poles would not want to be regarded Germanic. Noooo way! :)
I get the impression that Poles want to feel like they were scandinavians, while in Scandinavia, Poles are only seen as cheap immigrants from eastern europe!
Then you get wrong impression. I wouldn't like to look or feel like Scandinavians.
I like the round egg-like faces many polish people have.
Well, I thought that oval shape of face is a standard shape among European people.