Ever heard about the silesian piasts?
Yeah i did, last of them died out 600~ years ago.
Wroclaw and the whole Silesia was ruled under the Silesian branch of the polish piasts untill the end of the 1700'th century.
Woah there buddy, Wrocław was ruled by Poland only untill 1241 when the Mongol invasion forced Poles to flee and the city got burnt to the ground, afterwards it was repopulated by Germans, by 17th century it was interchangably austrian and prussian.
No :) We let them work for us, like they'e been doing for centuries.
If you're so brave why dont you go to Lwów and explain to Ukrainians how they should work for us, i promise to notify your mother you died a heroic death while running and screaming like a little girl :)))))
Where is a will there is a way
By all means if there's a way tell me.
so is good to predict some problems to find a way to avoid them- is that clear enough
We dont have people to settle Lwów, we dont have money to put it back to shape, those two problems (ignoring the completely unrealistic scenario that it is) are pretty much insurmountable.
Germans lost. Poland won( at last theoretically), German aggressors, evicting population, grabbing land - who seeds wind, harvest tempest or what goes around comes around :)
Similar doesn't means the same!
Lovely, ever occurred to you that Germans wont care? Neither will Europe and even if they dont get Wrocław back we'll be wide open to a variety of claims, including Belarus, Lithuanian, Czech republic, we'll make an enemy of Ukraine and while Ukraine is and will be too weak to threaten Poland in a predictable future it will become a russian proxy in a way that seriously f*cks up Polands security?
You're unrealistic and unreasonable.
Well - to be fair, Russia has been somewhat stable in terms of being consistently ruled with an iron fist and not being subject to partitions/etc. :)
True true and what are a few minor revolutions and a few civil wars here and there.
But I only mean it in terms of territorial integrity - the change in the map of Poland over the last 1000 years is incredible.
Sh*t happens, look at where the Roman Empire is today, yeah nowhere but we're still around and kicking.