I notice that in Poland some are only interested in themselves, shame if Poles are no longer interested in their history, heritage and the skills that served them well for hundreds of years.
Maybe the commies did a better job of re-education and pacification than I had thought, what need of remembrance of independence if no one is interested.
Yet, are not the same, it was lost some time around Napoleonic times.
Oh dear would you still use a flintlock rifle, the Szabla was last brought up to date in 1934, last used in 1939 it dates back to the 16th century.
" Polish-Soviet War was a conflict in which the cavalry's mobility played a decisive role." , does that war ring a bell Polish Independence?, weapon of choice Szabla.
Here is some more on the subject of our history (If you are at all interested in it)