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Polish Occupational Zone in Germany (1945-1948)


nott 3 | 594
30 Sep 2010 #1
As promised.

The article is about one aspect of the history of the General Maczek armed division.

BB, I am not quite sure if this is news to you, but seems interesting. And I am not sure if you'll like it, so the deal you-know-which is open, actually. But there have already been some decisions made anyway, innit :)

The English translation: mediafire.com/download.php?djsdxasaw1bdw1a

Article in Polish: antoranz.net/CURIOSA/ZBIOR5/C0509/20050929-QZD07045_Haren.HTM
Bratwurst Boy 7 | 10,462
30 Sep 2010 #2
Whoa...I never heard of that before!
Thank you nott (notti?)...that is real news.

*goes back re-reading*
OP nott 3 | 594
30 Sep 2010 #3
Whoa...I never heard of that before! Thank you nott (notti?)...that is real news.

my pleasure. Neither have I.

haren.de/pdf_files/vorlagen/maczk_w.pdf
wapedia.mobi/en/Haren,_Germany

some info confirmed, but not all, some added. The number of weddings is different... and wapedia says that locals were expelled 'on 19 May 1945'...

Anyway, a curio :)
Harry
1 Oct 2010 #4
There's at least one documentary about this topic:


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