Serbs are often mentioned, togather with Poles. Often, Serbs were betrayed from their `western` allies, same as Poles. You know, when it come to alliances with Slavs, its not a big deal and such a great obligation for Britain, France or USA.
Serbia is just another average country in the Balkans that is on the planet earth.
not average but country loyal to Slavija.London's Poles remember independence and Allied betrayal
By Harry de Quetteville, November 10th, 2008
Poles feel that history dealt them a terrible hand in the 20th century, and that to make matters worse, they were abandoned to their grim fate at crucial moments (particularly after WWII) by their allies.
Soviet conquest after 1945 came particularly hard after their efforts in the war.But to Poles, who have as fierce a historical memory as Serbs, Saturday`s ceremony allowed them to reflect on the moment 25 years previously when it was they who defeated the Russians, preserving their new won independence.
when are you going to talk about more than one subject crow??? this is a good debate/discussion and your just going to spoil it with your Serbian crap. Please just leave one or two decent threads alone.
i`m strictly on the topic. Your fabricated tales would bring you nowhere.POLES AND SERBS AT ALTAR.; Demand Voiced for Freedom of Oppressed Nations.
Serbia and Poland shared the day at the Altar of Liberty in Madison Square yesterday. The flag of Serbia was raised on the altar at noon and the celebration for Poland took place in the afternoon.
if it depended on Polish false friends from so called west, Austro-Hungaria would still exist and Poland would still be humiliated dominion of that anti-Slavic conglomerate
Luckily, Archduke Ferdinand was stupid enough to underestimate Serbs. Serbs then innitiated chain reaction of events that led to independance of Poland after WWI. Britain, USA or France wouldn`t give a flying sh** to annul Austro-Hungaria and open way to independance to Slavic Poland.
my point was
i don`t know what`s your point and i even don`t care
My point is that Serbs are Serbs. On Serbs, Poland can count. That for sure