-Szanowny Panie Wladyslawie,
Thank you very much for your kind comments about my website.
I still believe that you should have parsed the reference to the
statement that "Poland surrendered on September 27." There are a lot
of people that have no idea what happened in Europe some 66 years ago.
-- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
, "Wladyslaw Kordas"
> Szanowny Panie Roman Skulski, I sincerely thank you for making the
> excellent point that neither the Polish people in their hearts nor
> Polish government either formally or in actuality ever surrendered.
> Please note, however, that the offending word is embedded in a
> quote which was clearly attributed to its source and author, to
> suggest with respect, if you must, that you direct your concerns.
> directing the attention of our fellow members to these websites, I
> not feel it incumbent upon myself to parse, footnote and criticize
> contents. Our fellow group members are largely quite literate and
> the whole remarkably well educated in this subject area and thus, of
> course, are fully aware of the Polish refusal to surrender. While
> my regret not myself a trained historian, I am, nevertheless,
> reasonably well versed in the tragic history of our beloved
> am, consequently, fully aware of every gallant and arduous battle
> which you reference. I thank you for recommending to the group your
> own admirable website with which I myself have been fully conversant
> almost from its inception. So please, my dear Roman, do not, even
> rhetorically, in your zeal, and especially on this, our own group
> website, of all places, presume or suggest such massive ignorance of
> the steadfast Polish resistance to the aggression of September 1939.
> While not personally vouching for every word contained herein, I
> hazard to recommend further to fellow group members the following
> website for an account of the Polish September Campaign:
> I thank you again, Roman, for your spirited reply to my message,
> which, incidentally, I also previously posted one year ago as
> number 10828 under the title "Sixty-fifth Anniversary of Nazi-Soviet
> Non-Aggression Pact," to which, curiously, there was then not one
> single reply. In posting these messages it was neither my intent,
> is it now my wish, either to provoke ad hominem replies or engage in
> polemics, but rather simply to commemorate the injustice, sacrifice
> and bravery suffered by our people.
> Z pozdrowieniami i z podziekowaniami
> Wladyslaw "Bill" Kordas, NH, USA
> In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "romed46" <romed46@y...> wrote:
> You are wrong! Poland never surrendered to Germany,Poland fought
> Germany till May 1945. Have you forgotten the famous Polish 303
> Squadron and many other Polish squadrons in England from 1940 till
> 1945? Have you forgotten about Polish Army at Narvik in April - June
> 1940. Polish Army defending Scottish coast line from Edinburgh to
> Montrose. What about Polish Carpathian Brigade at Tobruk, Polish
> destroyers Piorun, Garland and Orzel, Gen. Anders Polish Army in
> Italy, Gen. Maczek Polish Army in northern Europe, etc., etc., etc.
> May I suggest that you have a look at my website "POLAND AND WORLD
> WAR II 1939 - 1945" about Polish Army, Navy and Air Force
> during World War II, under http://members.shaw.ca/rskulski/. You
> also find my website on Kresy Siberia website under LINKS.
> Roman Skulski