What kind of scum betrays his own country and his own mother
And does Moscow's bidding for them. Delph has obviously read some strange history books, but he should ask the person on the street, the shipyard worker, the coalminer, the factory worker, the engineer, the schoolteacher, what they thought of Martial Law and the "Soviet danger".
We now know it didn't exist, and that the Russkis were going to leave the Poles to it. And some call the generals patriots. Not the American administration and not the British government of the time either.
Who gives one about the army anyway? Soldiers are well paid to do our dirty work for us, and politics demand that we thank them, while all they are doing is a job, and often not in our name.
Kisczak and the sun glassed general were as clear a pair of traitors as you will see this side of Armageddon, no matter what some militaristic history books state about their "inner" qualities. and I feel embarrassed for the reasoning of Poles who supported the act of Martial Law in retrospect.
one of a handful that actually would have shone in a Western army too.
Already stated Delph. British - IMO he would have been executed as a traitor.