/ Do Poles really blame Britain for Poland becoming Communist after the war?
Back up this comment. Where is the truth/proof ?
Very happy to do that, give me ten minutes to check my sources.
Here we go: Ilford Park Polish Home
This purpose-built home was formally opened after a major re-build on the 16th December, 1992.
It provides residential and nursing care to people who qualify for admission under the 1947 Polish Resettlement Act.
Ilford Park is situated at Stover, near Newton Abbot in Devon, on the borders of the Dartmoor National Park.
Ilford Park is administered by the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency an Executive Agency of the Ministry of Defence.
The professionally trained staff at Ilford Park offer a caring environment with an emphasis on Polish
Culture to fulfil both group and individual needs.
The recent influx of Poles to Britain is not the first - after the World War II thousands fled communist rule to seek sanctuary in the UK. Some ended up at a remote resettlement camp in Devon and never left.
Today, the original inhabitants have moved to a purpose-built care home on the 41-acre site (opened in 1992 and run by the Ministry of Defence), while around them the prefab buildings of the original camp lie decaying, signs warning possible trespassers of asbestos.
Most at the home are aware its days are numbered. Only Polish WWII veterans and their spouses are entitled to stay, and they are gradually dying out.
You can apologise for that comment any time you want.