You conveniently skipped over that part of my comment, which referenced actual AND recent Polish actions which ran counter to Serbian national interests.
I skipped nothing. Those Poles who betrayed Serbians, betrayed Poland. Look on those video above that I gave of Poles who support Serbians.
But, I would later tell you more on that part, be sure of it.
Those dudes were badasses - no two ways about
When Turks attacked, as historians wrote and calculated, Serbians were more numerous then English. Comparing to other Slavs, they were equal in number to Poles or maybe even more numerous. Effectively, Turkish invasion on Europe were stooped on Serbian ground. No wonder that only Turkish sultan that ever died in battle, died from the hand of Serbian in Battle of Kosovo in 1389, when Voivode of Knights Milos Obilic opened his stomach.
As for Janisseries. Its one of saddest episodes of our past. Tax in blood. Those children we won`t forgive to Turks. Sure, they were best in Turkish cavalry and army. Turks profited there (they got warriors of they could only dream of- dinarid whites, most robust and tallest of white race; finest). They stolen our children and then plus cavalry doctrine. Just, in case of Poland, Russia and Hungary, that doctrine more or less served to good. In case of USA wild-west and Turkish cavalry it served to evil.
But, it would be worth to mention that those were Poles who were first to come in aid to Serbians when Ottomans attacked. Fought violently and sincere to help us. Even lost King Wladoslaw Warnenchyk in battle. As well, helping to Serbs, Polish warlords fought to protect old wealth flow from Baltic amber trade route to Balkans and Mediterranean. See, it was even deeper then just feelings. At the same time, western Europeans collaborated with Turks.
As Nikola Tesla wrote, in his book `My inventions`: ``Hardly is there a nation which has met with a sadder fate than the Serbians. From the height of its splendor, when the empire embraced almost the entire northern part of the Balkan peninsula and a large portion of what is now Austria, the Serbian nation was plunged into abject slavery, after the fateful battle of 1389 at the Kosovo Polje, against the overwhelming Asian hordes. Europe can never repay the great debt it owes to the Serbians for checking, by the sacrifice of its own liberty, that barbarian influx.``