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Pseudostiinta? Dincolo de Noi... by Nicolae Sfetcu

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Of course, some of the Polish prisoners of war, most likely, are citizens of the Reich within the borders of 1937, and the part of the Volksdeutsche, with only a small proportion of Polish blood, probably identified themselves as Slavs, hoping for leniency. But then it is necessary to take into account the Poles, who were among the nearly 600,000 prisoners released directly at the front, as well as captured by soyuznikam.Uchastnik fighting in Normandy, Major Canadian exploration Milton Shul-man mentioned among enemy soldiers Poles and Czechs, in Normandy devoted to operations Stephen Ambrose's book "The Day" D "June 6, 1944. The greatest battle of World War II, "a photograph with the caption:" Poles and Czechs prisoners, "and in the Polish division in the West were enrolled nearly 90 thousand prisoners and deserters, many of whom regularly before the war against the Soviet Union. By the summer of 1944, the result of the war was already clear, and natives of the Second Polish Republic mass transition to the future winners.

Pseudostiinta? Dincolo de Noi... by Nicolae Sfetcu

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Author
Nicolae Sfetcu
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296
ISBN
9781507824399
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