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The Riga Peace Treaty


jon357 63 | 15,110
19 Mar 2015 #61
Armia Ludowa.

Do you think WW2 soldiers had that much of a degree of choice about where they served?

I **** (not literally ofc, though i wish could) on certain war memorials

Says it all really :-(
goofy_the_dog
19 Mar 2015 #62
Do you think WW2 soldiers had that much of a degree of choice about where they served?

Some did some didnt, all of them should be forgtotten, they are disgraceful mark on our countries history, they were the soldiers of the PRL- a fake undemocratic state which decided to kill off many hundreds of people.

The true Polish army who fought to secure our independence were the Ander's lads, Gen Maczke tankers, 303 division flyboys etc, dont forget the AK, WiN and NSZ, that was the Polish army fighting for Free and independent Poland
Harry
19 Mar 2015 #63
The Polish army together with e Polish government were based in London

Really? How many thousands of them died during the Warsaw uprising? Some 20% of the Polish combatants killed/missing or wounded during the Warsaw Uprising were from the First Polish Army. Why do you insult them?

I **** (not literally ofc, though i wish could) on certain war memorials

You'd have to visit our country in order to do that, so it is probably better that you stay in your country anyway.
jon357 63 | 15,110
19 Mar 2015 #64
Some did some didnt, all of them should be forgtotten

So people conscripted into an army and who died while serving "should be forgotten". That's magnanimous of you...

the soldiers of the PRL- a fake undemocratic state which decided to kill off many hundreds of people.

A lawful state which conscripted millions to the army over the years. Do you think that everyone who did military service "should be forgotten".


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