And you weren't nice enough to indicate, or quote, where exactly in the text those lines are. Makes one think is nothing there.
Why do you bother with such pathetic lies? In this post I very clearly quote the exact text of the statement of the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (Mr. McNeil). Let me quote it again for you:
The right hon. Gentleman the Member for South Kensington asked very pointedly a question about Polish Forces appearing in the Victory Parade, as also did the right hon Gentleman the Leader of the Opposition. It is not true that we have not invited any members of those fighting Poles to take part in the Parade. Let me be quite honest. We have not invited the Navy and the Army, but we did invite some of the Poles who flew in the Battle of Britain, to march past in the R.A.F. contingent.
yes Harry produce the document that shows England invited Polish troops to Victory parade, or forever hold your peace
Go buy a copy of the memoirs of General Anders. Read page 299. Then come back here and agree that you were wrong to lie about the invitation to the 1946 victory parade.
The problem is that the generation of Poles who fought and survived WW2 in the main were too polite and humble to remonstrate with HMG.
Oh look: it's our favourite little racist back to post rubbish! The Poles were so polite that they refused to attend the victory parade because they didn't approve of the guest list. But I suspect that you consider that to be polite.
My generation however demand answers and justice, not excuses...
Is yours the generation that will finally pay the bill racked by Poles in the UK during and after WWII? Britain paid its bill to the USA (finally finished a few years ago), when is Poland going to pay its bill?
Perhaps you'd be interested in challenging some of my thoughts on the British stab in the back toward Poland in the thread "What did Poland get out of the Wars and Struggles for others" where I talk about Teheran Conference and so on -
Funny how you never go into any detail about the treaty which Britain and Poland signed which required Britian to help Poland with regard to the USSR.
a pint of Pomgolia's finest and warmest ale to you if you do old fruit
And finish your post with a spot of casual racism. A classy post from a classy racist.