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The Devil’s Playground during WW2


Poland in WW2

 

Fortune governs human affairs unfairly. There are countries in Europe, such as Sweden or Switzerland, where dramatic historical events happen rarely. At the same time, there are European countries where disasters strike frequently. Poland belongs to this second, less fortunate group. During the last three hundred years, every generation in Poland went through either a devastating war, or a bloody uprising, or a merciless occupation and genocide. During some periods of this unhappy era, the Poles faced major historical challenges every ten or twenty years. In this long list of national tragedies, one experience stands out as the most horrific: World War II, which destroyed a large part of the Polish cultural heritage, devastated the economy and left the Polish people with a fear that would last for a long time. For most East Europeans, including the Poles, the war is a vivid memory, the emotional wounds are still fresh, and serious consequences, rooted in the World War II tragedy, continue to affect them. Unfortunately, most Westerners, even those who are well educated and well read, know next to nothing about this subject. The tiny group of people who do know about the Polish tragedy in and after 1939, is getting increasingly smaller and certain anti-polish groups take advantage of the situation using it against the Polish nation for their gains.

Fighting for freedom and independence dominated the previous two hundred years of Polish history. After the Partitions of Poland in the late 18th century, the Poles were downgraded to an unhappy class of stateless people. While other, more successful nations built their modern political systems and economies, the Poles had to concentrate on simply surviving as an ethnic entity. They were denationalized, economically exploited, and deported. Their desperate uprisings ended with displays of bloody vengeance on the part of their conquerors. Occupied by three powerful empires, Russia, Austria, and Germany, the Poles asked themselves if they would ever be able to save their national identity, language, and culture, and if they ever could rebuild their state.

The historical enemies of Poland, Germany and Russia struck again. Poland was the only country attacked at the same time by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union in September 1939. People in the West do not realize how tragic Poland’s situation was in 1939 and how heroic the Polish defense was. The Germans also initiated a propaganda war against Poland. The best known element of this propaganda war is the legendary Blitzkrieg in Poland. The Allies gladly accepted Goebbels’ version of the “quick war” because it justified their betrayal. Poland was partitioned again. London and Paris accepted Poland’s deadly struggle as a “useful diversion providing a breathing space. Almost 50 per cent of her territory was taken by the Soviet Union, 48.4 per cent by Nazi Germany, and 1.6 per cent by Lithuania. The German occupation in Poland lasted longer than in any other country (leaving aside the much milder occupation of Bohemia) and was the most severe. The Nazi occupation of France, Holland, Belgium or Denmark barely interrupted their citizens normal life. Poland was on the opposite side of the spectrum of occupational systems: there was no other country in Europe where the Germans were so cruel and consistently hostile towards the local population.

A de-Polonization plan was implemented by the Germans. In the winter of 1939-1940, under extremely harsh conditions, about one million Poles were deported to the General Government from the territories incorporated into the Reich. Those expelled were allowed to take with them only a little cash and a few possessions, and their property was confiscated by the Germans.

More than 200,000 beautiful Arian Polish children were kidnapped and taken to the Reich for Germanization.

The Poles were ranked by the Nazis as the second lowest racial group in Europe next to the Jews and the Gypsies.

Poland’s citizens were killed not only by the Germans. The Soviet occupation resembled German rule in many respects; indeed most scholars believe that “In the Soviet occupation zone conditions were only marginally less harsh, although many Poles believe it was worse. Both invaders followed the old rule: divide et impera (divide and rule). The first element of this division was the territorial fragmentation of Poland.

The Germans partitioned their booty into two segments. The entire northwestern part of Poland and a portion of central Poland were incorporated directly into the Reich and became an integral part of Germany. The remaining part of central and southern Poland was transformed into a colony of the Third Reich: the Generalgouvernment fur die besetzen Polnischen Gebiete (the Generalgovernment for the occupied Polish territory). The Soviets divided their spoils between Soviet Belorussia and Soviet Ukraine, and gave the small region of Vilna to Lithuania, still free in 1939, but occupied by the Soviets in 1940. Moreover, the population of Poland was divided on both sides of the Ribbentrop-Molotov line.

 

The Ribbentrop-Molotov Line

 

Both the Soviets and the Germans did their best to deepen the abyss between the various groups within the local population and contributed greatly to some internal conflicts such as the Volyn massacre of Poles in today’s Western Ukraine.

http://www.volhyniamassacre.eu/

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ddc_1373733940
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=304_1361409356
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vLh0PaqfIE

Some stereotypes and the lies invented by the Germans and the Soviets to aggravate inter-ethnic and inter-religious conflicts in Poland, are still believed today.

The most savage and devastating attack organized by the invaders was against the elite of Polish society. Both the Germans and the Soviets were determined to kill “the best and the brightest” and, to a large extent, they succeeded in doing this. During World War II, the Polish nation was decapitated: the most promising youth, the most patriotic intelligentsia, and the most outstanding intellectuals were killed.

Then Poland’s fate was confirmed at the Yalta Conference in February 1945. The conference was the culmination of a “catastrophic consummation of wartime strategic decisions” of American and British leaders and a product of their appeasement policies towards Moscow. In the Polish political vocabulary Yalta became a symbol of treason and betrayal, and the Yalta conference is considered a close copy of the Munich conference. It certainly was the most disgraceful sellout of Poland to the Soviet Union by the west, which included Roosevelt openly lying to Polish-American leader Charles Rozmarek, even using a prewar map of Poland as part of the deception.

The American President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, accepted the loss of East Central Europe in exchange for a Soviet agreement on his United Nations plan. ( It was the Zionists Agenda Plan – Admin).

The British and the American leaders did not understand the importance of a free Poland and East Central Europe .

The war ended in May 1945, but not for the Poles, for the occupying Soviet forces destroyed Polish monuments, removed Polish street signs, and closed Polish bookshops, publishing houses, and newspapers. Ukrainian and Belorussian became the languages of instruction in schools and universities. Russian became compulsory, Polish textbooks were removed, the teaching of religion was banned, and religious life was paralysed. As much as the German administration did the same the Judeo-Bolsheviks not only tried to deprive the Poles of education and culture, they did their best to lower the intellectual and moral level of Polish society, to corrupt and demoralize it, and to promote drunkenness and collaboration. alcohol used to be more available to purchase in shops than some the basic groceries. (Edited by Admin as more accurate information).

Mass deportations were the most efficient Soviet method of de-Polonizing the territories newly incorporated into the USSR. The deportations started immediately after September 1939 and lasted until the very day of the German attack on the Soviet Union. Altogether, the Soviets deported about 1.5 million Poles (other sources say:1.7 million) to Siberia, to the Arctic regions of European Russia, and to Central Asia. Probably about 30 per cent of those deported died in the Soviet Union, and some survivors, or their descendants, are still there, unable either to return to Poland. The Soviet deportation constituted a successful case of ethnic cleansing. Six hundred years of Polish contribution to the development of the territories of Ukraine and the former Grand Duchy of Lithuania were wiped out almost completely.

To the Poles such a “postwar division line located somewhat farther east” would have meant freedom. The Poles feel to this day that their country was treated extremely unfairly by the Allies. Poland fought for the longest time in Europe, went through the most vicious occupation, and suffered the heaviest proportional casualties. Polish soldiers fought on most fronts of the war and, during its last year, the Polish military units constituted the fourth strongest allied armed force after the Red Army, American, and British troops. In spite of all that, after the war, Poland was treated in the same way, or worse, than some of Hitler’s East European allies, (for example, Finland). The representatives of the Polish Armed Forces (except for 25 pilots) were not invited to participate in the victory parade in London in June 1946. The British authorities systematically concealed the truth about the Polish contribution to the breaking of the German secret code Enigma and to the destruction of the Penemunde V-1 and V-2 development plant.”

n 1945-1947, the British did their best to get rid of tens of thousands of Polish Armed Forces veterans who were still in England and Scotland.

The Nazi totalitarian occupation of Poland was replaced by Soviet totalitarian control.

Although the war had officially ended in 1945, the Polish people continued to be deported to the Soviet camps and exterminated. The new oppressor drastically changed the borders of Poland, which lost 20 per cent of her pre-war area and two major centres of Polish national culture: Vilna and Lvov. The Soviets continued the economic exploitation of Poland and the extermination of the Polish elite. The Poles came to the conclusion that the Western powers, the United States and Great Britain, had cynically surrendered the idealistic principles previously presented by them in the Atlantic Charter. The Poles felt betrayed by their Western allies. ( Allies?! – Admin)

Half a century later, communism collapsed. Poland supposedly ‘regained’ her independence, joined NATO and the European Union. Poland’s access to the Union was strongly supported by Germany for the obvious reasons we can see now as Germany again is the dominant power in Europe dictating its rules to others (Admin addition).

Most Polish people understand that reconciliation with Germany is necessary.

Yet, the Poles do not trust.

 

 

They remember1

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Excerpts taken & edited from source:

http://www.warsawuprising.com/paper/wrobel1.htm

 

 

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