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Lord Conway's rule and Poland in 1772


Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,424
3 Apr 2010 #31
good for your grandpa, Hungarians as you see are awsome.

:)

Sometimes are higher values than pragmatism, and raison d'etat, but I agree that pragmatism is not a polish strong point.

It's just that...people can be friends, nations not!
jeden - | 226
3 Apr 2010 #32
nations not!

I think that we found the thing where we don`t agree. we have other opinion about it...

So stop spamming.

Greetings
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,424
3 Apr 2010 #33
I think that we found the thing where we don`t agree. we have other opinion about it...

History proves ME right! ;)

So stop spamming.

HEY! I thought we had a discussion...:(
RevokeNice 15 | 1,859
3 Apr 2010 #34
According to lord Conway "Poland is the least important to Britain of all Europe".

Never trust a Brit.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
3 Apr 2010 #35
Well, much later, Churchill suggested the same. He was seen as anti-Semitic and somewhat of a Polonophobe.

Let's just be happy that a country can attach its own worth to itself :)


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