free to claim Wladimir Pawlowski was Austrian,
Never heard about him, and given Austrian past he could well be an Austrian.
Even if he wasn't, so what ?
The latest "cleansing" of Jews in poland took place in 1968 and the poles so far didn"t offer any compensantion for those holocaust survivor"s and descendents they kicked out of the country - want to talk to those people?
At last size able number of them should be talk to by an investigator to explain they role they played in soviet regime in Poland.
And nobody kick them out at the gun point, they could stay.
However it is a highly abstractive subject - I don't consider that to be part of the Polish history, rather a history of Poland under Soviet rule.
for Polish Concentration camps I cordially invite you to visit Ruda Slaska (amongst other places)
Well, they were hardly Polish
many Germans didn't flee in panic, they were kicked out by Poles who took over their property
Yeah, many didn't and were kicked out - nobody deny it.What is your point ?
There you'd have your polish Nazi.
He would be a German Nazi and Polish Traitor :)
Well, the Nazis, Hitler and all wasn't imposed on Germans by a foreign power, and implemented by a foreign army and bayonets. No foreign army was backing Hitler;s degree's and thugs but German.
so, hahaha in your face :) Get your facts straights first!
Antisemitism a deeply rooted polish thing
Hhahah in your face again ! What are you anyway ?
Then talk to former inmates before they pass away. Ruda Slaska was a polish concentration camp (with survival rates close to Ausschwitz) until 1953!
Really ? From 1945 Poland was an Soviet run pupped state, at the same time the biggest Polish heroes were being murdered by soviets - so think twice about calling that camp - Polish !
These were mostly innocent people, so they should get their property back unless they were party members.
They payed for the action of their government. IF you have a beef with the way they had been treated, I suggest you call GB, USA and Russia government's . Because it was decisions of their predecessors, not Poland's.