Unless you are an ally of Poland, in which case you may find that your entire country has disappeared at the end of the war, your soldiers are now in Polish detention centres.
it is unfortunate, and I always believed that Poland should apologised for that( as opposed to Vistula action), the thing is Ukraine was useless, they didnt manage to do anything, and Piłsudski who signed the treaty was removed from power just after the war, Dmowskis conception of Poland and allies was totally different. As far as I know Piłsudski did apologise to Petluras soldiers, but he was just unable to do anything else. I agree with You on that- a bug shame.
And could you perhaps remind me what happened to the disputed territory which Poland lost the last time it lost a war? Didn't Poland sign international agreements accepting the new borders and then invade that land at the first opportunity?
what are You talking about?
yes there was - Cossacks even resolved to be independant of Rzeczpospolita under the auspices of Turkey -
i didnt really hear about such cooperation with Turkey, but I dont dismiss it, can You give some more details, links maybe?
It was not Pl vs Ukr, it was more of a class conflict than anything else. The magnats were ethnically Ruthenians, and many people on Ukr side were Polish szlachta,
Oh, and you may wish to note that the revised borders of Poland were both supported by the Polish prime minister in exile and agreed to by the government of Poland after the war.
now, i know that You are just joking here :]
Poland might have had these eastern territories for centuries prior to World War 2.
I agree, well almost:]exceptions would be Lwów and Grodno, It just saddens me because there is not much of Poland in Poland now, I mean the architecture,