Poland hold off till 28th of September
As for his comments, perhaps he can explain how Britain was supposed to attack Germany with "70 ready to fight French divisions"? Yet again Davies ignores the facts and tells Polish readers what they want to hear.
You are ommiting everything I wrote chose some words out of context, this is Your reply?
so You are saying that Davies lies when he says that Britain didnt fire a single bullet?
Ironside undertook to bomb German cities the way the Wechrmacht would bomb Polish one, Britain dodnt do even that
he doesnt write what Poles want to hear, if You read his books You would know that they are often very critical, I myself disagree with him often, but I dont dismiss the facts
I'm not from a nation which ethnically cleansed land: you, however, are.
can You just for once answer the question?stop changing the subject whenever You dont have the answer. Now I of course have to ask You where and when was the ethnic cleansing done by Poles?and the next argument starts, it is a pity we cant talk like adults
Yes, it is the same one which the international court in the Hague adjudicated Poland to have broken. Other treaties Poland broken include the 1918 interim agreement with Czechoslovakia (broken twice), the 1920 treaty of Warsaw (after which Poland sold her allies to the USSR) and the Czechoslovak-Polish Treaty on 24 April 1925 (which Poland broke by leading the joint Polish-Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia)
5 November 1918 Polan and Czechoslovakia agreed to the borders of Śląsk Cieszyński in accordance with the ethnicity of the land, hovewer Czechoslovakia using the chaos ruling in Poland because of Pol-Ukr war and Wielkopolskie uprising invaded Polish part of Śląsk Cieszyński on 26 January 1919. 16 thousand army attacked 3 thousand Polish one. During the conflict they have murdered about 20 Polish POW. They managed to take over most of the Polis part od Śląsk Cieszyńskithen Poland regained then they had it again. Between 28-30 of January indecisive battle took place. The pressure of the Entente caused armistice. Czechooslovakia wanted to incorporate the whole Śląsk Cieszyński, after the much pressure of Western countries they agreed to negotitions. On 3rd of February the agreemnet was signed defining temporary border(Czech side gained south-western part of county of Cieszynand Frysztat).However Czechoslovakia didnt want to honour the agreement, and didnt withdrown the army(few times attacking Poland-the last battle -21-24 of February)until more pressure from the West on 25 February. On 3rd of February 1919 Czechoslovakia agreed to plebiscite, however during summer and Tuchaczeswkis offensive on Warsaw, Benes using the situation in Poland on the conference inSpa pushed the idea to drop the plebiscite (remember?the nation self determination-supposedly so important for You)almost all the land at issue was given to Czechoslovakia. Polish goverment agreed with the decision provided Czechoslovakia would let the transports of weapom for Polish Army through its territory. Despite the declarations Czechoslovakia didnt fulifill the agreement. Then in 1938 Poland took what belonged to Poalnd
And Poles never ever edit Wikipedia so it tells lies dear to their hearts, do they!
in 1920 Britain also was supposed to help Pl....
I dont care about Your impression about my post, and I dont understand the refernce to Libya, stop with the personal comments as they are even more silly on the public forum when You dont know me personally
By asking the people, how it was done in Upper Silesia and Masuria when Poland was re-established.
Doesn't matter in this case, since the city could have decided to allow only Germans to settle in the town. So, the decision to be multicutural wasn't a Polish but a civic feat
Poland allowed it to happen, what more do You want?
since Prussia was also a multicultural state.
hmm, again not my definition of multiculturalism