Forget Pilsudski, at least he wasn`t bolshevik even if socialist... for sure Slavic were soldiers-Poles and forgive me if i`m gratefull for some things that Pilsudski made... and for some definetly not.
I agree, i hate the red scum but lets not forget that Pilsudski wanted to aid the Japanese during the Russo-Japanese War, quite unnecessary, since its was quite clear that Poland's independence depended just as much on the germans as it did on the russians.
Yes, that was big problem. Pilsudski decided to work with Austrians, where Galicia had autonomy. He was socialist, but patriot, nationalists under leadership of Dmowski wanted to cooperate with Russia, but with WHITE Russia, they hated German "kultur kampf". After end of IWW Pilsudski just resignef from cooperation with Germans and Dmowski in Paris forced borders, Paderewski made Wilson to force Polish exsistence and becouse of his visit in Poznan started Grater Poland uprise against Germans.
BUT, i think that i could be gratefull reds for two thing: that they moved borders and resettle Germans and Poles (which is more fair and don`t make us to fight with Ukrainians, i prefer to have there friends, not enemies). Second thing is Polish Flag in Berlin in 1945.
gen. Casimir Sosnkowski with officers from ORP "B³yskawica" ("Lightning"), which today is battleship-museum in Gdynia (Gotenhafen)... I have served there for short time, when i was preparing myself to some olympiad...
Polish Navy is proud that has, as only formation, halted his nomenclature in times of PRL (1945-1989)... Name ORP (Okrêt Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej - Battleship Republic of Poland) has never changed since 28 XI 1918, when Josef Pi³sudski established Polish Navy ...
Post by kjakrakieta on Sept 20, 2007 18:15:05 GMT -5
"In 1925 the Council of the League of Nations allowed Poland to keep 88 soldiers on Westerplatte. By September 1939 the crew of Westerplatte had increased to 182 soldiers. They were armed with one 75 mm field gun, two 37 mm Bofors antitank guns, four mortars and a number of medium machine guns. There were no real fortifications, only several concrete blockhouses hidden in the island's forest.
The Polish garrison was separated from Freie Stadt Danzig (Gdańsk) city by the harbour channel, with only a small pier connecting them to the mainland. In case of war, the defenders were supposed to withstand a sustained attack for 12 hours.
The Polish garrison's commanding officer was Major Henryk Sucharski, the executive officer was Captain Franciszek Dąbrowski.
It is famous as the place of Battle of Westerplatte, the first major battle of the Invasion of Poland in 1939.
Battleship Schleswig-Holstein shelling Westerplatte on September 1, 1939.
On September 1, 1939, at 0445 local time, as Germany began its invasion of Poland, Schleswig-Holstein started to shell the Polish garrison. This was followed by a repelled attack by German naval infantry. Another two assaults that day were repelled as well. Over the coming days, the Germans repeatedly bombarded Westerplatte with naval and heavy field artillery along with dive-bombing raids by Junkers Ju 87 Stukas. Repeated attacks were repelled by the Poles for seven days. On September 7th major Henryk Sucharski decided to surrender.
Polish soldiers captured after a heavy 7 day bombardment on Westerplatte.
Nazi bastard saluting Sucharski.
Westerplatte in flames.
Westerplatte barracks in ruins today.
* Battleship Schleswig-Holstein (20 main artillery guns) * Two torpedo boats (T-963 and Von der Groeben)
* Several ADGZ heavy armoured cars * About 65 artillery pieces (2 cm FlaK 30 AA guns, 3.7 cm PaK 36 AT guns, 10.5 cm leFH 18 light howitzers, 210 mm heavy mortar-howitzers) * Numerous mortars * Over 150 machine guns and several flamethrowers.
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