ok delph... so now because poles live there, the silesian language all of a sudden changed to polish dialect? niiice. lol it's that last statement of mine that got you worried, isn't it? ;) :D
Yes, everything what pointed to a non-polish history was scratched out of polish history books, out of polish life for decades.
The danger that Germans would have really have a claim to these lands could not be supported at all costs.
You are the product of this brainwashing.
Gladly...you are from yesterday and more and more people are interested in the true history! :)
Until 1945 Silesian was also spoken in enclaves in Lower Silesia, as Lower Silesian language was spoken by the ethnic German majority population of that region at the time.
Silesian became "polish" by force after 1945...that means the language and the land. It was not polish before, neither the language nor the land. It's called "polonization"!
not at all.. i see it for what it is. not some wishful thinking that it's more german then anything.. :)
Oh boy...just inform yourself better...it's all there in the open for you to read about silesian history!
Look what I found! :)