What about all those Bandera nationalists?
What about them? You don't like Bandera? What about Bereza Kartuska Concentration camp? Do you like it? Policies of Sanation and Pacification? Destruction of churches and libraries by Poles? Exclusion of the autochtone population from politics, education, offices? That is what you like. I know. Well, Bandera showed you what it is like and I hope this taught you something.
oh and he claims Polish troops were running from Germans in 1939
There is an interesting eye-witness testimony by lieutenant von Bogenhardt (about Aug.1, 1939). Here is an excerpt:
"At dawn we crosses the border...There was virtually no resistance...There were rumors of sharpshooters and partisans, but I never saw or heard anything of them, except for the occasional sound of a shot in the distance...The Poles seemed to be completely apathetic, and there were so many prisoners that nobody bothered to guard them or even tell them where to go".
After you booted Poles and settled Germans there, i'm sorry if i do not recognize a majority forcefully settled there, so if i invade Berlin, kick Germans out and settle in Poles thats a polish city then?
This is what Poles where doing in occupied Vilnius and Lviv. I am not though sorry that I don't recognize that artificial majority.
A large number of Polish colonists were encouraged by the Polish government to resettle in majority-Ukrainian territories. This number was estimated at 300,000 in both Galicia and Volhynia by Ukrainian sources and less than 100,000 by Polish sources (see osadnik)  Although the majority of the local population was Ukrainian, virtually all government official positions were assigned to Poles. Land reform designed to favour the Poles brought further alienation of the Ukrainian population.
Note-worthy is the fact that this forceful occupation was especially severe in Volyn' region. It led to some consequences.
The territorial split on Silesia was supposed to be decided by poll
And how was it decided in Lithuania, Ukraine and Czech republic? Also by poll? Or by sending the army all over the place ;) and then crying that "we were attacked by everyone". Poor creatures, I really pity you.
The bottom line of the 1919-20 affair is that Czechoslovakia robbed the regions where Poles were ethnical majority of the option to choose their preferred country.
The following fact seemingly didn't bother Poles:
In Eastern Galicia, Ukrainians made up approximately 65% of the population while Poles made up 22% of the population.
All these lands had 65% Ukrainian majority. There were cities like Sanok, Jaroslaw, Cieszanow, Brzozow, Peremyshel..., which are now in Poland. So, you robbed us of all these lands! Did you ask the majority where they want to be? Nope. It is only when Poles are majority the voting counts, right?
I am not talking about a war, neither I think it will happen, nor I want it. I am just very sentimental, and architecture is my hobby so every time i am in Lwow it gives me a real heartache, and that is it. Besides Poles should not forget about it and let history to be rewritten
Your hobby is not architecture. You just like being a ridiculous, that's all. Lovers of architecture travel the world, enjoy and study the works of the past and present. Find a man and let him giving you a heartbreak.
it is unfortunate, and I always believed that Poland should apologised for that
You don't need to apologize. Nobody gives a damn about your apology.
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
So, was it basically Poles led by hetman Khmelnicky fighting against Ukrainian magnats? Interesting.
Nathan, looking at Your recent history You shouldnt really talk about courage
Can you elaborate on this one?
btw, I read that genetically West Ukraine has very simlar DNA to Polish one:]
Are you calling me a moron?
wouldnt it be better to come back to old ways of slavic multiculturalism??some union maybe:]]]]
And what is there now? Monoculturalism?! Union? With whom? ;) Who needs you?
2. Support Ukraine's entrance to EU and NATO (even if we have to pull them by their ears.)
Ouch! No need, though. We will be there when we are ready and accepted by more persuasive voices :)