I am guessing that it may have been been Roman Dmowski and his
supporters that possibly opposed moves (as he would have seen it) to
colonise the East.
Dmowski represented Poland at the Treaty of Versailles and, although
viewed by some as a patriot, he was keen to promote a homogeneous
nation composed of ethnic Poles, based pretty much on the later
infamous Curzon Line - he did not want a "Commonwealth of Nations" as
originally wanted by Pilsudski and was a great opponent of the
Marshall. He saw the old Commonwealth behind many of the problems
Might be worth you doing "a google" on Mr Dmowski?
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, Eve5J@a... wrote:
> Dear Group -
Here's a new twist that I didn't know about. Please visit this link:
In the middle section, scroll down to Paderewski and read what it
says. Is this true that some of the Sejm was initially opposed to
Poles settling in Kresy?
> Best regards,
> Eve Jankowicz