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How much did the Soviet "liberation" cost Poland in 1945?


PennBoy 76 | 2,438    
8 Mar 2011  #1
Poland suffered during World War II, undoubtedly the greatest human and material losses per capita. The vast majority of these losses was the result of systematic German terror, as a symbol, next to the murder of about 5 million Polish citizens, was the destruction of Warsaw. Loss of the population of the Polish capital losses exceeded several times over France, not to mention the other occupied countries of Western and Czechoslovakia. The same thing happened with the material damage.

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It would seem so could it just Poland was unique not only moral , but also the political right to reparations at the expense of defeated Germany . However, as a matter of " liberators " the Soviet who treated ruined due to the country as the spoils of war , Poland was not destined to get even a symbolic compensation for their losses. The British and the Americans accepted this situation made ​​no major objections .
hague1cmaeron 14 | 1,378    
8 Mar 2011  #2
Some editing is needed, otherwise the meaning is a bit lost.
OP PennBoy 76 | 2,438    
8 Mar 2011  #3
I wasn't trying to edit everything too much, but one can get the picture. Soviets robbed $ 836,000,000 worth of coal alone (10.2 billion dollars in today's money) and denied getting $ 700,000,000 from the Marshal Plan (8.5 billion).
guesswho 4 | 1,293    
8 Mar 2011  #4
independence, pain, loss of personal freedom? (correct me if I'm wrong)
In Warsaw - | 48    
8 Mar 2011  #5
Hmm, no English language source and more than 100 words copy pasted direct from google translate (hence large parts of it being gibberish). Any reason why this isn't in the bin yet?
OP PennBoy 76 | 2,438    
8 Mar 2011  #6
(hence large parts of it being gibberish). Any reason why this isn't in the bin yet?

Maybe you should finally learn Polish "In Warsaw"
Harry    
8 Mar 2011  #7
Do you have any reason to think that he can't read Polish? There's nothing on his profile about it.

Interesting that you make no attempt to discuss the topic of your own thread and make no attempt to explain how your thread in any way satisfies rules 11 and/or 12:

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OP PennBoy 76 | 2,438    
8 Mar 2011  #8
Do you have any reason to think that he can't read Polish? There's nothing on his profile about it.

Well if someones like In Warsaw(you) asks why there isn't an English translation it means he can't read Polish, so learn the language "Pole" LOL
Harry    
8 Mar 2011  #9
Well if someones like In Warsaw(you) asks why there isn't an English translation it means he can't read Polish,

Or it could just be that forum rules require English language sources (and limit copy-pasting to no more than 100 words).

Perhaps it would be better to post the first 100 words or so of this original source (i.e. in Polish) over in the Polish language forum? I note that you very rarely post there (less than 0.2% of your posts are there), perhaps now would be a good time to start?
ender 5 | 398    
8 Mar 2011  #10
Or it could just be that forum rules require English language sources

WTF you are talking about. THIS VERY FORUM DOES NOT REQUIRE ENGLISH LANGUAGE SOURCE. Stop twisting and manipulating I feel sorry for your mind living with such THING has to be terrible experience.
Harry    
8 Mar 2011  #11
THIS VERY FORUM DOES NOT REQUIRE ENGLISH LANGUAGE SOURCE. Stop twisting and manipulating

Yes it does: see statement to that effect from a moderator here.
convex 20 | 3,980    
8 Mar 2011  #12
Indeed. If you're going to link to a Polish source in the English language section of the forum, provide a translation. Try to avoid posting more than 100 words of linked content.
Harry    
8 Mar 2011  #13
If you're going to link to a Polish source in the English language section of the forum, provide a translation.

The link is to a Polish language text.
isthatu2 4 | 2,708    
8 Mar 2011  #14
600,000 dead russians?


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