OFIARY "BOHATERA" LUFTWAFFE
Leaning over lifeless body, a Polish peasant girl mourns her
sister, machine-gunned in the fields during an air raid.
KONWENCJA GENEWSKA W INTERPRETACJI SOWIECKIEJ
Te warstwy zwlok reprezentuja ponad 20 000 oficerow Wojska
Polskiego, funkcjonariuszy Policji Panstwowej, inteligencji i innych obywateli
polskich, zamordowanych w masowych egzekucjach przez rezym sowiecki (ZBRODNIA
SZUBIENICA, ALBO PLUTON EGZEKUCYJNY
Taki los czekal z rak hitlerowskich i sowieckich oprawcow wiele
tysiacy obywateli polskich.
HOTEL "TEHERAN" - Roosevelt i Churchill podaja Stalinowi
najlepsze danie, jakie dla niego przygotowali - POLSKE
Od czasu Teheranu prawde mozna bylo znalezc, niestety, w
hitlerowskiej propagandzie - ale ani strzepu przyzwoitosci w postepowaniu
anglo-amerykanskich aliantow. Roosevelta piesek salonowy - Churchill - stwarzal
pozory, ze nie mogl w Teheranie zrobic nic i gral role postronnego widza. Sam
Roosevelt nie stwarzal zadnych pozorow - jego postepowanie bylo postepowaniem
skonczonego, podstepnego, wyrachowanego lajdaka.
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The signing of the Nazi-Soviet Pact of Nonaggression.
The Secret Supplementary Protocol to the Pact defines the line of
dismemberment of Poland and other countries of the Central Europe by Nazi Germany
In response to September 1, 1939 German aggression on Poland her
allies, Great Britain and France, bound by bilateral agreements, declared war on
Germany (September 3, 1939). As enthusiastic crowds in the streets of London praised
the government for finally declaring war on Nazi Germany, and rushed to recruitment
centres, 'sober' heads in the British Parliament prevailed - taking aggressive actions
against the Nazi state could cause damage to the private property of German citizens
(only few years later, the British Royal and US Air Forces became expert practitioners
in this particular field adding names, like Dresden, Hiroshima and Nagasaki to the
annals of mass-murder of civilian population). And the morale of French soldiers, going
to the front, was reflected in the refrain of a song, they loved to sing - We don't
want to die for Polish Danzig (only few months later, facing Nazi Germany again,
they were not that keen of dying either, even for their own country).
The 'phoney war' (as it has been named for the effort made), that followed the
declaration of war on Nazi Germany, included: massive bombardment of German cities by
the British Royal Air Force with propaganda leaflets and French, less than skin deep,
invasion of German territory. The French, unopposed and almost ignored by the Germans,
withdrew hurriedly, when Soviet Russia joined Nazi Germany actively and invaded Poland
on September 17.
In fact, Great Britain and France assisted the Nazis and Soviets in the September 1939
slaughter of Poland by successfully sabotaging her efforts to defend herself (General
Mobilization). One political commentator summarized this 'war': Having friends like
Britain and France that country (Poland) is in no need for enemies, really.
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Tehran Conference - Roosevelt and Churchill selling Poland
and other countries of the Central Europe to Stalin. Central Europe to become Soviets'
booty for almost half a century.
Tehran, November 1943
Invasion of Poland was Hitler's first major war campaign which met
unexpectedly fierce resistance. From the very first day of the war the Nazis were
unpleasantly surprised by high number of casualties and heavy blows to their war machine.
In retribution, they turned against the Polish civilian population. New born babies,
children, women and elderly became easy targets for the 'heroes of swastika' - bombed,
mowed by machine gun fire, herded in barns and burned alive. Hitler needed not only Lebensraum - he also wanted revenge. Humans were not the only target of
aggression - anything on the Polish soil was an enemy: apartment buildings, houses,
hospitals, churches, villages, crops in the fields and farm animals. A totalitarian
regime waged a totalitarian war.
The Soviets followed in their Nazi friends' footsteps. They aimed at
Polish intelligentsia, army and police officers, scientists, politicians and state
officials - an obstacle to be eliminated in order to facilitate the replacement of the
existing democracy by communist regime. Murderous terror, to which the Polish population
on the occupied territories was subjected, was meant to make the imposition of the
Soviet regime easier. More than 1.5 mln Polish citizens were deported to Soviet forced
labour concentration camps, where most of them died of freezing cold, starvation and
disease. The Katyn Forest Massacre exemplifies the methods employed by the 'progressive'
Soviet system and became a symbol of an unprecedented genocide.
Lidice - a Czech village, which gained world-wide attention for the
fact, that all its inhabitants were either murdered on the spot or condemned by the
Nazis to certain death in concentration camps. Similarly, the French town of
Oradour-sur-Glane, whose inhabitants were murdered in 1944.
Hundreds of Polish villages were treated in the very same, barbaric way. But, who knows
about that... who remembers their names today...? Mass executions of Polish citizens,
whether by the Nazis or Soviets, occured on a daily basis. Lucky were those hanged or
shot on the spot, as thousands of others went through weeks and months of torture before
death liberated them from the torment of life.
The Second World War ended officially on May 9, 1945. NOT FOR EVERYONE!
From 1943 in Teheran, the so-called Western Democracies worked tirelessly and secretly
with their ally - the Soviets, on the 'New World Order'. In exchange for Soviet cannon
fodder, Great Britain and the United States of America cooperated eagerly and cynically
in enslaving their former, not needed anymore, ally - Poland, and the rest of Central
Europe by the Soviets.
The Poles... the Hungarians... the Rumanians... the Slovaks... the Croatians... the
Serbs... the Slovenians... the Bulgarians... the Estonians... the Latvians... the
Belorussians... the Lithuanians... the Ukrainians... and others - for many nations the
Second World War did not end on May 9, 1945!
For almost half a century, they fought for their Freedom against one, common enemy -
Soviet Russia. Soviet Russia's allies - Great Britain and the United States of America -
countries, which claimed friendship with Poland before and during the war, lost their
lustre in the eyes of many - if they ever had it before to begin with.
In the early fifties, after Stalin's death, the United States
recompensed Poles for the freedom of their country, stolen by the Western Allies at the
Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam Conferences, in a typically thick-skinned impulse of American
pragmatism - flooding Poland with shipments of melted, salted butter. The one-gallon
buckets bore proudly an inscription in several languages: A GIFT FROM THE AMERICAN
NATION TO THE POLISH NATION. Generous, indeed!
The taste of that American 'gift' lingers in Poland to this day - and it is still BITTER.
The following numbers show casualties (combined: civilian and military,
as percentage of entire population) suffered by various nations in the Second World War:
Poland - 20% (inflicted by Nazis and Soviets), Soviet Russia - 11.2%, Yugoslavia - 11.1%,
Germany - 7.4%, Japan - 2.5%, Netherlands - 2.3%, France - 1.4%, Great Britain - 0.9%,
USA - 0,2%.
In addition to the figures given above, hundreds of thousands of Poles had been murdered
by the Soviets and the puppet 'Polish' regime since the beginning of the Soviet
'liberation' of Poland in January, 1944.