Poland: Missing The Point Concerning Contentious New Law

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  1. Cleo Finch says:

    “Poland probably did some acts to help the allies”:
    I suggest you read about Anders’ Army, the Polish Armed Forces in the East, The Polish Armed Forces in the West, No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron, The Home Army and other resistance groups in Poland, the Warsaw Uprising, and numerous Polish agents who gave intelligence to the British and other allies during World War II. And may I add, Poland felt betrayed by what happened after the Yalta Conference, not to mention the Katyn massacre in 1940, in which 22,000 Polish officers and nationals were executed by Soviet secret police.

    • Sheri Oz says:

      Yes. I should alter that comment to more correctly reflect what really happened. Others have also been educating me on this and I appreciate your respectful response to my ignorance on this issue.

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