Polish kids were beaten by sadistic German teachers????
Prussia tried to implement german as main lingua between all the minorities now living between prussian/german borders.
Like english in the US.
Do you know that german children were beaten by their prussian teachers too?
The "Prügelstrafe" was a common element in german school till even after the war.
Corporal punishment was banned in West Germany in 1973 and at least officially in East Germany in 1949.
Mean? Surely! "Sadistic"? Hardly..
Corporal punishment of school students for misbehaviour involves striking the student on the buttocks or the palm of the hand in a premeditated ceremony with an implement specially kept for the purpose such as a paddle, or with the open hand.
outrageous act of brutal violence
Pawian, tell me...is the long tolerance of the polish language by Prussia also mentioned in Poland or only the tries by the gov to give the country a main language?
Tolerates Poland another school language than polish?
Let's see how "nice"
Poland handled a similiar situation compared to "brutal"
Dmowski and Grabski saw the solution of the "minorities problem" in imposing "Polish values" (Polish language and the Catholic Church) on the minorities to achieve "national assimilation",
In 1923 and from 1925 to 1926 he was a minister of religion and education. In that time he further pursued ND nationalist policies, especially Polonization.
He was the architect of the 1924 Lex Grabski, which de facto sought to eliminate the Ukrainian language from Polish schools...
Some officials denied the existence of the Ukrainian and Belarusian nations altogether...
A law issued in 1924 banned usage of any language but Polish in governmental and municipal paperwork.
the area of public education it was postulated that state schools could be only Polish language schools.
The land reform designed to favour the Poles in mostly Ukrainian populated Volhynia, the agricultural territory where the land question was especially severe,
Wait....forced polish teaching in ukrainian schools???
A "land reform" favouring Poles to the native Ukrainians???
Interesting, isn't it...
..."Poland may be preserved only as a state of Polish people. If it were a state of Poles, Jews, Germans, Rusyns, Belarusians, Lithuanians, Russians, it would lose its independence again"
..."The foreign element will have to see if it will not be better off elsewhere. Polish land for the Poles!"
"[Poland's aim should be] "the transformation of the Commonwealth into Polish ethnic territory" 
Now compare that to Prussia...
During all the partitions around 500,000 Poles came to work and to live either in Prussia or in the Ruhr. Many stayed for good and assimilated, the rest makes the biggest Polonia in Europe.
On the other hand today barely any Germans live anymore in what is now Poland.Sometimes a good long look into a mirror would be advisable for some Poles...