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Old 14 Aug 09, 05:36
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The USSR liberated the territories of Western Belarus and Galicia, non-Polish territories.
false. Soviets broken the treaties from Ryga, and non agression pact from 1932. They were simplky agresor in the same maner as the Germans, or even worse because Hitler declared war, Stalin did not.
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They did so on 17 September, AFTER the Polish government fled the country
false.
Polish government fled to Romania after Soviet agression, not before.
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and the Germans declared that they no longer recognized an entity known as Poland(this was a hint that they intended to drive Eastward to take all formerly Polish territory).
false. They stopped, and waiting for Soviets troops (like in Brest), or even back of if they crossed the new border line agreed in Ribbentropp-Molotov pact - in Lublin area.
It is why Polish troops from East regions could move West (near Kock 4-6 October, was a last battle of the 1939 campaign).
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Rydz-Smigly also explicitly ordered Polish forces to continue resisting the Germans, but NOT to resist the Soviets. Not to mention that England and France did not declare war on the USSR, despite their hostile foreign policy toward the latter- neither did the fleeing Polish government.
Yes, but war was a fact. Se here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_invasion_of_Poland

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Apparently you have never heard of the People's Guard, which was the second largest resistance organization in Poland after the AK. It was they who set up the government in 1944 after the AK destroyed itself.
False. People Guard was a tiny Soviet ruled, communist partisant organisation (5000-10000) members compared to AK (Home Army) estimated over 500.000 participants. And did not created any government.
Communistic govt. in Lublin was created by Stalin himself in Moscov and set up in "liberated" part of Poland. It composed from Soviet agents and prewar criminals.

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How about the German–Polish Non-Aggression Pact?
What with this?
Poland sign this in 1934. With Soviets we had the same paper in 1932.
Is that mean Poland was an allied with Stalin?

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The fact is you guys aren't for self-determination nor are you against imperialism. You are only against Russian imperialism
Well, maybe it is because we knew it wery well for centruries? hm?
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The irony is, that your masters don't give a damn about your countries- Poland is cheap labor
Try this -
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/Econ...spx?Symbol=PLN
compared to :
http://www.tradingeconomics.com/Econ...spx?Symbol=RUB
.. and don't say nonsences.
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