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Did Poles living in Germany support Hitler's rise to power before World War II?


Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,815
13 Aug 2023 #31
....I doubt they were "polish" stamps then, Lyzko! ;)
Novichok 4 | 7,890
13 Aug 2023 #32
the Poles because he knew that at the first opportunity they would cross over to the other side.

...because Poles in Germany were not Germans but foreign implants. My point exactly...
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
13 Aug 2023 #33
Poles in Germany

This time it's about Poles from the so-called General Govern.
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
13 Aug 2023 #34
@Novichok
Poles from the areas incorporated into the Reich were resettled or slowly liquidated.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,815
13 Aug 2023 #35
....probably the same reason why the inhabitants of the former german territories weren't recruited for the polish army?
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
13 Aug 2023 #36
weren't recruited for the polish army?

After World War II they were recruited if they had Polish citizenship.
Novichok 4 | 7,890
13 Aug 2023 #37
if they had Polish citizenship.

I am trying to define "Pole" vs "German". To me, what matters is in your head, not citizenship, and how fluent you (editorial) are in the local language.

Hitler was smart to make this distinction, as opposed to the current crop of Western idiots - especially the Brits. To them, every damn foreigner is a Brit - even if he hates their country.
Ironside 53 | 12,424
13 Aug 2023 #38
.I doubt they were "polish" stamps then, Lyzko! ;)

BB talking to americans about it is like talking to a todler they just don't get it! I feel that way, not only that but they don't care about facts, they use it as proxy for their obssesions..
Novichok 4 | 7,890
13 Aug 2023 #39
There is a simple test that separates implants from tribesmen.

No, we don't need a war for it. All we need is a soccer match. Which side are you on? Polish team or German?

It's really that simple. If you are a Pole living in Germany, citizenship and all, and you are rooting for the Poles and against the Germans, you are not a German - even if you wrote a dozen books in German and love Wagner.
Lyzko 45 | 9,409
15 Aug 2023 #40
Well, B.B., on the right side was Polish writing alongside the original German name of the port city of present-day Gdansk,
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
15 Aug 2023 #41
@Lyzko
Maybe they were stamps from the Free City of Danzig under joint Polish-German administration.
Lyzko 45 | 9,409
15 Aug 2023 #42
Most assuredly!
My background info. was faulty.
gumishu 13 | 6,140
15 Aug 2023 #43
because Poles in Germany were not Germans but foreign implants

Silesians in Opole region, Masurians in East Prussia were not foreing implants - their ancestors lived in their respective areas for centuries and they retained their language (one can argue if it was actually Polish in case of Silesians) in spite of the pressure for germanization since at least the middle of 18th century
Ironside 53 | 12,424
16 Aug 2023 #44
Silesians

Generally Poles in Germany and Germans in Poland are not foreign implants...
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
16 Aug 2023 #45
Germans in Poland are not foreign implants...

What a change of mind, don't you have a high fever?
Ironside 53 | 12,424
16 Aug 2023 #46
What a change of mind,

you are all so narrow minded, depends on a context.
OP Alien 20 | 4,954
16 Aug 2023 #47
@Ironside
Ok I understood. 👍


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