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ORP Orzeł Polish submarine in Estonian Press



Gregrog 4 | 100    
1 Jan 2013  #1

Hi, is here anybody who could tell me what is written here about this submarine in the articles of Estonian Press?

article 1

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article 7

article 8

From [forum.iceland.pl/viewtopic.php?t=111531]


pawian 127 | 6,555    
1 Jan 2013  #2

Sorry, I can`t help you. I am afraid you will need to type the text in an online translator.

PS. The Estonian sons of bithes were doing their best to stop Orzeł. Stinkers.
OP Gregrog 4 | 100    
1 Jan 2013  #3

I do not expect you Pawian to know Estonian... maybe some other user of PF will know:)

I wouldn't be so harsh for Estonians in that matter - they were in deep **** in that time, same as other Baltic states.
pawian 127 | 6,555    
1 Jan 2013  #4

they were in deep **** in that time, same as other Baltic states.

Nope, at the time they were still independent and could decide for themselves. Shame on them for what they did to the Polish submarine.
OP Gregrog 4 | 100    
1 Jan 2013  #5

At that time they know about disaster in Poland and they had Soviet Union and Germany at the gates. Tiny, undefendable country against two superpowers. Yes, they broke the international law and acted badly, but I'm far from calling them.

Germany pressed them and they went under.
pawian 127 | 6,555    
1 Jan 2013  #6

Sorry, you need to use more convincing arguments. :):):)

E.g., Hungary was a Nazi satellite at the time but Hungarians helped Poles who fled from their occupied country.

Estonians acted like swines. Why did an Estonian officer tear off the Polish banner on the submarine?
BBman - | 345    
2 Jan 2013  #7

What made you post Estonian articles on a Polish forum? Don't you think it would make more sense to find an Estonian forum?
InWroclaw 90 | 1,921    
2 Jan 2015  #8

Merged: Poland to search again for its lost WW2 submarine, ORP Orzel

WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Two Polish teams will search this year for the Polish submarine ORP Orzel, which disappeared in the North Sea in May 1940 during a mission with the Allies in World War II.

cnsnews.com/news/article/poland-search-its-famous-wwii-submarine
Crow 137 | 5,910    
2 Jan 2015  #9

Poland to search again for its lost WW2 submarine, ORP Orzel

This is good. Turn it in museum
InWroclaw 90 | 1,921    
2 Jan 2015  #10

They've looked for it before, I don't know what new tech they have now that makes them think they can find it, but anyway. (Last fruitless search was I think 2008 or 2009.)

Apologies to Polish readers, it should be Orzeł not Orzel. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORP_Orze%C5%82_(1938)



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