Poland continued the fight to secure its borders until 1922.
Not the same thing Polly. None of those uprisings lasted more than a few weeks and occurred as a result of Poland being unhappy with the deal on the table regarding re-establishing the nation of Poland which was returned to them as a result of the allied victory in the First World War. Having said that of course I have the utmost respect for the Poles who fought in those and previous uprisings.
Polands stood up to germany and russia for like 800 years,
As did Ireland against England from the 1100s onwards, before that the Vikings as well as doing our bit in both the First and Second World Wars, with an entirely voluntary force, not conscripted.
we didnt have luxury of being on island surrounded by sea .
You great ignorant lummox. We were an occupied nation. Just for a small sample of what that meant, read about Cromwell and his activities in Ireland. But of course you won't. Funnily enough,there's a lighthearted Irish rebel song with the chorus:
The sea, oh the sea is the 'grádh geal mo croídhe' (that means love of my heart)
Long may it stay between England and me
It's a sure guarantee that some hour we'll be free
Thank God we're surrounded by water.
Of which you are entirely ignorant. At least I know something
of Polish history so I'm in a position to discuss it.
By the way, on the subject of Lenin, bet you didn't know that he spoke English with an Irish accent (as indeed and coincidentally did the daughters of Tsar Nicholas II).