Yes, alarmingly it could cause some equally ignorant people to conclude that the Polish and German armies were allies during WWII. Good thing that
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, Jul 12
Yes, alarmingly it could cause some equally ignorant people to conclude that the Polish and German armies were allies during WWII. Good thing that Kresy-Siberia exists to spread the truth about the war in eastern Poland and in exile outside the country.
Here is an example of how an obit in today’s paper was written (by children who obviously know nothing about history, or their father’s experience) ...
He served as a Sergeant in the Polish and German armies during WWII, and was also a prisoner of war.
The poor man (a Polish veteran) had no idea that his obit will forever contain erroneous and confusing information.
Krystyna Szypowska - Winnipeg, Canada
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