- Where are some films about the Poles during WWII? I haven t seen or heard anything contemporary about it.Message 1 of 3 , Feb 28, 2002View SourceWhere are some films about the Poles during WWII? I haven't seen or heard
anything contemporary about it.
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- To the K-S members, Congratulations to Michael Adamski on his documentary For Your Freedom and Ours and to Henryk Sokolowski for his narration of the film.Message 2 of 3 , Nov 29, 2003View SourceTo the K-S members,
Congratulations to Michael Adamski on his documentary "For Your Freedom and Ours" and to Henryk Sokolowski for his narration of the film. I recently purchased a copy and found it to be informative and very well done,
To all interested in the 20 th century Polish stormy history!
There is a 90 min. documentary film: "For Your Freedom and Ours" produced from archival sources and available on video cassettes or DVD disks, which depicts all the major events affecting Poland from the outset of WW II in 1939 to 1989....
- Does anyone know if there is also a general (yahoo)group on Polish history (in English) ? I only know the German yahoogroup polhist. It seems there is enoughMessage 3 of 3 , Feb 17, 2004View SourceDoes anyone know if there is also a general (yahoo)group on Polish history (in English) ? I only know the German yahoogroup polhist. It seems there is enough interest for the topic ;-))Jan----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----Van: Custance.familyVerzonden: dinsdag 17 februari 2004 23:49Onderwerp: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] Re: MILCZYMYZbyszek's just about got it right..........although it could be debatable whether Churchill and Roosevelt had 'no choice'!.............What happened to Poland was decided by the Big Three.......Stalin, Churchill and Roosevelt. Lukasz, you should read For Your Freedom and Ours, where you will see, at Yalta, Poland's future was decided with no Polish person present at the meeting.The Polish government in exile refused to accept the decision of the Allies, but they were unable to stop it from happening. Once our brave soldiers found out about this treaty they were horrified, and they could have refused to fight on, afterall what were they fighting for if Poland was lost? But they were such honourable men they fought on............. against Hitler, to help save the West at the expense of their homeland.DianneHitchinEngland