Thanks for trying... You received the same "canned" reply that I
did. I encourage the entire group to flood the History Channel.
Maybe that will give them incentive.
P.S. Tomorrow in the U.S, we celebrate Thanksgiving. I wish
everyone in the group a very happy Thanksgiving. As a son of Polish
parents who suffered during WW II, I'm always thankfull.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
, Anne Kaczanowski
> This was my reply from the histrory channel:
> Dear Ms. Kaczanowski,
> Thank you for contacting History Television. Viewer feedback is
important to us and we appreciate the time you have taken to write to
us. Please be assured that your comments have been forwarded to our
programming department for review and consideration.;
> We hope you continue to enjoy our programming.
> Holly Nelson
> Viewer Relations
> History Television
> Alliance Atlantis Broadcasting Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kazannes@t... [mailto:kazannes@t...]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 1:15 PM
> To: History Viewer Relations
> Subject: History Television - Program or Movie Suggestions
> [Anne Kaczanowski] has sent the following message via the contact
us mailer on History Television.
> "I would like to say that I truly enjoy your history channel and
continually learn from it. It is an asset to the younger generation
to learn perhaps what they don't in school. My question is regarding
the beginning of the Second World War. Since I am from Polish
background, I am aware of my ancestors unbelivable oddessey,first
hand, but very seldom see any coverage on this saga displayed on
television. It is as important as the Jewish holocaust issue, as just
as many people lost their lives, and is never as broadly shown to the
public in any manner. So many people were illegally arrested and
taken from their homes by the invading Russians and forced into
Siberian settlements and prisons and forced labour camps. Does the
youth of today understand the gulag system and what role it played?
Do people not need to be aware in our country, that this was and
could still be possible in war today? When the fighting on Polish
ground ended, it continued underground and carried into foreign
> lands. Polish Armed forces were a major influence on the course of
the Second World war. May I ask why this is never important enough
for history to do an indepth program on? "
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