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Former Poland PM Donald Tusk - A Kashub or a German.


Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #1
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Donald Tusk, the current prime minister of Poland has a very interesting and mysterious history.

Some facts.

Donalds Tusk grandfather served in the Wechrmacht.

The other grandfather was building the Wolfs Den complex, supposedly as a slave laborer yet when having an accident he received full medical care and was visited (along with a small number of other workers, all professional Germans) by Adolf Hitler.

Tusks paternat grand-aunt (sister of his grandfather) died with her three children aboard Wilhelm Gustloff which evacuated German and German only civilians to Germany.

According to Szczepuła Hitler actually shook hands with Tusks grandfather (according to eyewitnesses) an unheard of thing to do towards a slave laborer.

So is Tusk a German?

The next time you open a thread in the history forum with a comment like that, I shall personally recommend to admin that he bans you from this forum for good.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #2
Found this " One things for certain the mother of Donald Tusk as she herself claims in 50% German, just like 100% German were Anna(guess her mother), brother Artur mother Otylia and father Albert, with the surname Liebke.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #3
He speaks German, that's it. Eh, he was forced to serve, just like many Jews were. You are convincing only yourself here, Sok
Torq 26 | 2,371
26 Jun 2011  #4
Donalds Tusk grandfather served in the Wechrmacht.

He was a Kashub, who signed volksliste, wasn't he?

Anyway - Tusk may have German roots, but he describes himself as Kaszuba, which makes him Polish
(as Kashubs are a part of larger Polish ethnos.)
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
26 Jun 2011  #5
According to Szczepuła Hitler actually shook hands with Tusks grandfather (according to eyewitnesses) an unheard of thing to do towards a slave laborer.

Interesting, I didn't know it... Anyway I think that more important If he is a Pole, German, Eskimo or whatever else is that he is working against interests of Poland and Poles.
OP Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #6
He was a Kashub, who signed volksliste, wasn't he?

Thats a very mysterious fact, we know that Józef Tusk was in a concentration camp, the mysterious bit is that we dont know in what character he was there, supposedly as a prisoner but no record of his stay exists anywhere, from there he goes to Wechrmacht.

The case becomes even more spicy when you realise that Wechrmacht did NOT recruit Poles into their ranks from concentration camps so there is an implication that Tusks family had an active part in German crimes against Poles but no documents exist either way apart from the very vague register of arrival.

Interesting, I didn't know it... Anyway I think that more important If he is a Pole, German, Eskimo or whatever else is that he is working against interests of Poland and Poles.

Its pretty important, there's an implication that Tusk comes from a family with Nazi roots and hid it on purpose, thats pretty big.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #7
It doesn't matter how you describe yourself. I could describe myself as a Russian but who would I be fooling? According to, LOL. That says it all. Stick to the facts, guys.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #8
Thats a very mysterious fact, we know that Józef Tusk was in a concentration camp, the mysterious bit is that we dont know in what character he was there

You're suggesting as a guard? lol
That sounds like a bad Jewish joke "my grandfather died in a concentration camp.
He was drunk and fell out of a guard tower"
mafketis 20 | 7,331
26 Jun 2011  #9
Some facts.

Do you have any ... evidence for these 'facts' or should we just take your word?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #10
We don't know why he was there, exactly. A bit of conspiracy work against Tusk, Sok?
OP Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #11
You're suggesting as a guard? lol

I'm not suggesting anything i'm posting facts.

Tusks grandfather was in a concentration camp occupying an unspecified position, no prison papers can be located even though intact records of the camp have been recovered.

He was drafted into the german army which never happened to polish POWs or slave laborers which in concentration or labor camps, ever.

Those are the facts, whether he was a camp guard or something else remains unknown but his stay at the camp is shrouded it mystery.

@Mafketis.

"Dziadek w Wechrmahcie" is the book to read, Szczypuła compiles archival evidence, among other records of the fate of variou members of the Tusk family, the book is factual which makes it a good if a bit dry read.

There's more sources but she effectively compiles the most important bits of them all.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #12
Tusks grandfather was in a concentration camp occupying an unspecified position, no prison papers can be located even though intact records of the camp have been recovered.

He was drafted into the german army which never happened to polish POWs or slave laborers which in concentration or labor camps, ever.

That does sound creepy if it's all true. Do we know which camp at least?
OP Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #13
Aushwitz/Oświęcim.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #14
"Dziadek w Wechrmahcie" is the book to read

The first smiling guy does look like Tusk



Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #15
Sok, people write all sorts of rubbish in books. Keep up with the hearsay facts, tho, They are quite amusing :)
OP Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #16
Sean her facts are checked, researched and backed by records and testimonies, they're also all given in the book to recheck them if need be.

Thats to say there's other sources like Gustloffs manifest which indeed lists Tusks grand-aunt and her kids as passengers.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #17
'According to', 'we don't know', 'supposedly', 'an implication', 'no documents exist either way' etc etc. 'Is shrouded in mystery' sounds like a conspiracy. Geez, Ukrainians sided with the SS. Are they now German too? ;)
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,765
26 Jun 2011  #18
Since some utter fag closed the thread proving some mods are products of stale daschund sperm impregnating a retarded monkey i'll adress an interesting point that arose in the Lwów thread.

*notes colorful wordings for later use*

So is Tusk a German?

Sure he is! :)

Wechrmahcie

Don't tell me that means Wehrmacht...
Torq 26 | 2,371
26 Jun 2011  #19
The first smiling guy does look like Tusk

He does look like Tusk indeed, and he's driving a car full of SS-men!

Why isn't PiS printing this picture in millions of copies and flooding Poland with it? ;-)
Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,765
26 Jun 2011  #20
Why isn't PiS printing this picture in millions of copies and flooding Poland with it? ;-)

Maybe they don't believe in the supposed effect?
What if a majority says.."Tusk is German, his families were Nazis - YAY!"

;)
guesswho 4 | 1,289
26 Jun 2011  #21
Tusk - A Kashub or a German.

Both
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #22
Not a Pole, then? ;)
sobieski 107 | 2,128
26 Jun 2011  #23
Since some utter fag closed the thread proving some mods are products of stale daschund sperm impregnating a retarded monkey i'll adress an interesting point that arose in the Lwów thread.

As to the ducks being able to live in a spacious flat in the elite Żolibórz area in commie time?
guesswho 4 | 1,289
26 Jun 2011  #24
Not a Pole, then? ;)

Polish citizen
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #25
Even I could be a Polish citizen if I wanted to be. That doesn't make me a Pole, does it?
OP Sokrates 8 | 3,346
26 Jun 2011  #26
Why isn't PiS printing this picture in millions of copies and flooding Poland with it? ;-)

Essentially because nothing can be proven, after all this time we'd need documents from the camp he stayed in and we aint finding those anytime soon if ever and allegations are not enough.

Don't tell me that means Wehrmacht...

Ah my bad sorry i always get that word wrong unless i take my time to write it carefully.

'According to', 'we don't know', 'supposedly', 'an implication', 'no documents exist either way' etc etc. 'Is shrouded in mystery' sounds like a conspiracy. Geez, Ukrainians sided with the SS. Are they now German too? ;)

Ukrainians were never visited by Hitler on friendly terms nor did they get out of a Concentration Camp in a Wehrmacht uniform, hell no one did!
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #27
Even I could be a Polish citizen if I wanted to be. That doesn't make me a Pole, does it?

No it doesn't ;) what are the criteria for a non Polish born to obtain Polish citizenship?
Seanus 15 | 19,706
26 Jun 2011  #28
Sok, it still doesn't make him German.

Penn, usually 5 years of registered residence here. I don't want to go off-topic.

So, the PM of Poland is a German? ;0 ;)
guesswho 4 | 1,289
26 Jun 2011  #29
Even I could be a Polish citizen if I wanted to be. That doesn't make me a Pole, does it?

well, it makes you a Polish citizen

No it doesn't ;)

no PB? Then I'll ask you a question, are you an American or not?
I'm not attacking you, just trying to understand you.
PennBoy 76 | 2,437
26 Jun 2011  #30
Let him be a German if he is, the issue is whether what he does is for the greater good of Poland not Germany.


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