Poland is innocent for the most part, from day one Russians and Germans wanted to destroy us just look at the facts the list!
Crowie? Is that you?
The viability of the emerging state was assured by the early Piast leaders' persistent territorial expansion, which beginning with a very small area around Gniezno
The Polanie tribe conquered and merged with other Slavic tribes
It fought wars with the Polabian Slavs, the margraves of the Saxon Eastern March (Gero in 963-964 and Hodo in 972), and the Czechs. By around 990, when Mieszko I officially submitted his country to the authority of the Holy See (Dagome iudex), he had transformed Poland into one of the strongest powers in central-eastern Europe.
Contrary to what Mieszko had intended, his oldest son Bolesław managed to become the sole ruler of Poland. A man of high ambition and strong personality, he embarked on further territorial expansion to the west, south, and east
in 1018 also Bolesław took over the western part of Red Ruthenia
After Bolesław's death his son, King Mieszko II Lambert, tried to continue his father's politics, having his kingdom act as an interventionist great power.
in 1047 Masovia was taken back from Miecław, and in 1050 Silesia form the Czechs
In 1226 Konrad I of Masovia invited the Teutonic Knights to help him fight the Prussian people
Casimir unsuccessfully tried to recover Silesia by conducting military activities against the Luxembourgs between 1343 and 1348
During the Hussite Wars (1420-1434) Jagiełło, Vytautas and Sigismund Korybut were invoved in political and military maneuvering concerning the Czech crown,
The idea, accepted in Poland over Oleśnicki's objections, resulted in two unsuccessful Polish military expeditions to Bohemia.
Casimir declared a war on the Order and a formal incorporation of Prussia into the Polish Crown; those events led to the Thirteen Years War
In 1569 Royal Prussia had its legal autonomy largely taken away, and in 1570 Poland's supremacy over Gdańsk and the Polish King's authority over the Baltic shipping trade were regulated and received statutory recognition.
The Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618) took place in the early-1600's as a sequence of military conflicts and eastward invasions carried out by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth,
....just some reminders as you don't seem to know your own history very well...
You Poles are as greedy as the best of us!:)
And as I said, you only play the victim because you happen to be now be the neighbours of stronger nations, but that wasn't always the case...You call them your "arch enemies" I call that "sour grapes"! :)