Ludobójstwo: Animowany film dokumentalny Arkadiusza Olszewskiego. Genocide [SUBS]

Ludobójstwo: Animowany film dokumentalny Arkadiusza Olszewskiego. Genocide [SUBS]


Peace is a valuable and desirable thing. Our generation, which has shed its blood in several wars, surely deserves a period of peace. But peace, like almost everything in this world, has its price, high but definable. We in Poland do not recognize the conception of “peace at any price”. There is only one thing in the life of men, nations and States which is without price, and that is honour. Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact, 23 August 1939 “we must therefore know
draw up exact accounts summon them by name
ready them for the road” – Mr. Cogito on the Need for Precision
by Zbigniew Herbert Wieluń, 1 September 1939 Before the sunrise, over the border town of Wieluń, a formation of German Ju 87 B bombers arrived. Before the sunrise, over the border town of Wieluń, a formation of German Ju 87 B bombers arrived. The defenceless town was brutally awoken at 4.40 a.m., when the first bombs fell on the marketplace and surrounding buildings, The defenceless town was brutally awoken at 4.40 a.m., when the first bombs fell on the marketplace and surrounding buildings, including a marked hospital and XIII century church. Wieluń was almost completely ruined. The number of victims has never been confirmed. including a marked hospital and XIII century church. Wieluń was almost completely ruined. The number of victims has never been confirmed. including a marked hospital and XIII century church. Wieluń was almost completely ruined. The number of victims has never been confirmed. Westerplatte, 1-7 September 1939 On the other side of Poland, at 4.45 a.m., the German training battleship Schleswig-Holstein began firing on Westerplatte. On the other side of Poland, at 4.45 a.m., the German training battleship Schleswig-Holstein began firing on Westerplatte. Huge 280 mm cal. missiles devastated the Polish enclave in the area of the Free City of Gdańsk. At the same time, SS and marine troops began the continental attack. From the second day, capt. Franciszek Dąbrowski led the command of over 200 Polish defenders. At the same time, SS and marine troops began the continental attack. From the second day, capt. Franciszek Dąbrowski led the command of over 200 Polish defenders. At the same time, SS and marine troops began the continental attack. From the second day, capt. Franciszek Dąbrowski led the command of over 200 Polish defenders. Polish radio continually repeated the message: “Westerplatte is still defending”. On 7th September this message was transmitted for the last time. Polish radio continually repeated the message: “Westerplatte is still defending”. On 7th September this message was transmitted for the last time. Frampol, 13 September 1939 Terrorist raids of Luftwaffe were supposed to scare civilians and force them into a panicked escape, blocking the movements of the Polish Army. Terrorist raids of Luftwaffe were supposed to scare civilians and force them into a panicked escape, blocking the movements of the Polish Army. Among many examples of such barbarity, the bombing raid over Frampol must be mentioned. Góra Strękowa, 10 September 1939 Captain Władysław Raginis commanded over 300 Polish soldiers in the Polish fortified defence positions of Wizna. . Hugely outnumbered, they attacked 40,000 soldiers from the German 19th Corps. After three days of fighting, the Germans threatened to shoot their Polish captives unless they surrendered. Captain Riginis pledged to his men that he would not leave his post alive…. The Wehrmacht committed war crimes against Polish soldiers, thereby breaking the Hauge Convention, murdering over 3,000 captives during the campaign The Wehrmacht committed war crimes against Polish soldiers, thereby breaking the Hauge Convention, murdering over 3,000 captives during the campaign The most horrible of these crimes took place in Zakroczym and Ciepielów. Katowice, 4 september 1939 The 50 meter training parachute tower in Katowice became a very important observation tower during the first days of war. The 50 meter training parachute tower in Katowice became a very important observation tower during the first days of war. On 3rd September, after the retreat of the Polish Army, the tower was taken by boy and girl scouts. Exchanging fire from the tower with the Wehrmacht and Freikorps militias the scouts fought on until the next day. On 3rd September, after the retreat of the Polish Army, the tower was taken by boy and girl scouts. Exchanging fire from the tower with the Wehrmacht and Freikorps militias the scouts fought on until the next day. . Finally, the Germans used an anti-tank gun to destroy the tower and kill the remaining scouts Killed and wounded scouts got thrown off, down the tower by the Germans. Zimnowoda, 1 semptember 1939 From the first day of war, the German troops fulfilled Adolf Hitler’s words to kill “without pity or mercy, all men, women and children of Polish descent or language”. From the first day of war, the German troops fulfilled Adolf Hitler’s words to kill “without pity or mercy, all men, women and children of Polish descent or language”. From the first day of war, the German troops fulfilled Adolf Hitler’s words to kill “without pity or mercy, all men, women and children of Polish descent or language”. From the first day of war, the German troops fulfilled Adolf Hitler’s words to kill “without pity or mercy, all men, women and children of Polish descent or language”. At this time over 450 villages were burned, thereby committing war crimes on innocent civilians At this time over 450 villages were burned, thereby committing war crimes on innocent civilians These German “pacifications” were revenge against the action of Polish partisans and for losses in local fights. These German “pacifications” were revenge against the action of Polish partisans and for losses in local fights. The first pacifications were perpetrated in the villages Zimnowoda, Parzymiechy and Torzeniec. Civilians were murdered barbarically. Often, whole families were burned alive Civilians were murdered barbarically. Often, whole families were burned alive Actions like this were conducted in towns too, like Złoczew, where over 200 Polish and Jewish civilians were murdered, and 80% of the town was destroyed. Actions like this were conducted in towns too, like Złoczew, where over 200 Polish and Jewish civilians were murdered, and 80% of the town was destroyed. Actions like this were conducted in towns too, like Złoczew, where over 200 Polish and Jewish civilians were murdered, and 80% of the town was destroyed. Eastern Borderlands of Poland, 17 September 1939 As a result of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, on 17th September the Soviets invaded Poland from the East As a result of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, on 17th September the Soviets invaded Poland from the East As a result of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact, on 17th September the Soviets invaded Poland from the East Outposts of the Border Protection Corps could not stop the Red assault. Outposts of the Border Protection Corps could not stop the Red assault. In many places, confused by the order from Rydz-Śmigły, Polish soldiers put up heroic resistance Masses of filthy and badly equipped Soviet soldiers poured into the villages and towns in Poland’s eastern provinces. Grodno, 20-22 September 1939 Grodno – a town lying on the bank of the Niemen river, was one of the biggest garrisons in the interwar period Grodno – a town lying on the bank of the Niemen river, was one of the biggest garrisons in the interwar period Between 20th and 22nd of September, this town valiantly resisted the Soviet attack. Boys scouts and junior high school students fought with regular soldiers. Between 20th and 22nd of September, this town valiantly resisted the Soviet attack. Boys scouts and junior high school students fought with regular soldiers. Between 20th and 22nd of September, this town valiantly resisted the Soviet attack. Boys scouts and junior high school students fought with regular soldiers. Defenders destroyed several dozen tanks, both in the city and in the suburbs Defenders destroyed several dozen tanks, both in the city and in the suburbs During fighting, the Soviets collaborated with the communist Jewish militia, using Grodno Eaglets as human shields During fighting, the Soviets collaborated with the communist Jewish militia, using Grodno Eaglets as human shields Captured Polish officers and boys scouts were immediately shot and many defenders were run over by Soviet tanks. Again, civilians were also murdered. Captured Polish officers and boys scouts were immediately shot and many defenders were run over by Soviet tanks. Again, civilians were also murdered. Captured Polish officers and boys scouts were immediately shot and many defenders were run over by Soviet tanks. Again, civilians were also murdered. Eastern Borderlands of Poland
17 september 1939 Soviet soldiers, indoctrinated in communism from youth, terrorized people of “bourgeois Poland”. Soviet soldiers, indoctrinated in communism from youth, terrorized people of “bourgeois Poland”. They plundered, raped and perpetrated mass murder. The number of victims has never been confirmed. They plundered, raped and perpetrated mass murder. The number of victims has never been confirmed. They plundered, raped and perpetrated mass murder. The number of victims has never been confirmed. Palmiry, Kampinos Forest, 1939-1941 At the edge of Kampinos Forest, from December 1939 until February 1941, SS officers and German police shot approx. 1,700 people during AB-Action At the edge of Kampinos Forest, from December 1939 until February 1941, SS officers and German police shot approx. 1,700 people during AB-Action At the edge of Kampinos Forest, from December 1939 until February 1941, SS officers and German police shot approx. 1,700 people during AB-Action At the edge of Kampinos Forest, from December 1939 until February 1941, SS officers and German police shot approx. 1,700 people during AB-Action Many victims were the Polish political, intellectual and cultural elite Many victims were the Polish political, intellectual and cultural elite Among the victims were: Marshall of the Lower House – Maciej Rataj co-founder of the Labour Brigades of the City Defence in Warsaw – Mieczysław Niedziałkowski and Olympic champion from Los Angeles – Janusz Kusociński. co-founder of the Labour Brigades of the City Defence in Warsaw – Mieczysław Niedziałkowski and Olympic champion from Los Angeles – Janusz Kusociński. From the first days of occupation – Polish Catholic priests were exterminated by the Soviets in Czortków and by the Germans, particularly in the lands incorporated into the Third Reich like Szpęgawski Forest. From the first days of occupation – Polish Catholic priests were exterminated by the Soviets in Czortków and by the Germans, particularly in the lands incorporated into the Third Reich like Szpęgawski Forest. From the first days of occupation – Polish Catholic priests were exterminated by the Soviets in Czortków and by the Germans, particularly in the lands incorporated into the Third Reich like Szpęgawski Forest. From the first days of occupation – Polish Catholic priests were exterminated by the Soviets in Czortków and by the Germans, particularly in the lands incorporated into the Third Reich like Szpęgawski Forest. Piaśnica, november 1939 In the territory of the ex-Prussian annexation, the local community with German origins participated in the executions In the territory of the ex-Prussian annexation, the local community with German origins participated in the executions They belonged to the paramilitary troops of Selbschutz. The biggest massacre took place in Piaśnica near Wejherów (so-called ‘Kashubian Katyń’), where they murdered approx. 14,000 Poles. They belonged to the paramilitary troops of Selbschutz. The biggest massacre took place in Piaśnica near Wejherów (so-called ‘Kashubian Katyń’), where they murdered approx. 14,000 Poles. Even today – the total number of Polish citizens killed by Germans, Soviets, Ukrainians, Belarusians and Jews during first period of war is not known. Even today – the total number of Polish citizens killed by Germans, Soviets, Ukrainians, Belarusians and Jews during first period of war is not known. NKVD’s jail Prisoners were beaten and tortured during interrogations. The NKVD were experienced in the extraction of confessions. Prisoners were beaten and tortured during interrogations. The NKVD were experienced in the extraction of confessions. For weeks, prisoners were beaten until they would finally admit to crimes they had not committed. NKVD officers were masters in breaking the human psyche. For weeks, prisoners were beaten until they would finally admit to crimes they had not committed. NKVD officers were masters in breaking the human psyche. For weeks, prisoners were beaten until they would finally admit to crimes they had not committed. NKVD officers were masters in breaking the human psyche. psyche. In December 1939, planning began for the expulsion of the Polish military settlers and foresters. Mass deportations occurred in February, April and May/June 1940 and a fourth wave, (not fully completed) in May/June 1941. In December 1939, planning began for the expulsion of the Polish military settlers and foresters. Mass deportations occurred in February, April and May/June 1940 and a fourth wave, (not fully completed) in May/June 1941. At the absolute minimum 315,000 Polish civilians were deported. Including the deported, POWs and those sent to labour camps, the arrested and those forced into the Red Army – over 1 million Polish citizens were repressed by the Soviets. At the absolute minimum 315,000 Polish civilians were deported. Including the deported, POWs and those sent to labour camps, the arrested and those forced into the Red Army – over 1 million Polish citizens were repressed by the Soviets. At the absolute minimum 315,000 Polish civilians were deported. Including the deported, POWs and those sent to labour camps, the arrested and those forced into the Red Army – over 1 million Polish citizens were repressed by the Soviets. At the absolute minimum 315,000 Polish civilians were deported. Including the deported, POWs and those sent to labour camps, the arrested and those forced into the Red Army – over 1 million Polish citizens were repressed by the Soviets. Kazakh Steppe The second deportation in April 1940 took mainly women and children – the “family system of enemies” such as soldiers, policemen, officials and teachers according to article No. 59 of the Soviet Penal Code. such as soldiers, policemen, officials and teachers according to article No. 59 of the Soviet Penal Code. Those who survived several weeks of transportation then had to fight for their lives on the Kazakh Steppes Those who survived several weeks of transportation then had to fight for their lives on the Kazakh Steppes “Inhuman Lands” The Soviet regime’s Polish prisoners, who were a free workforce for the USSR, had to work under exorbitant labour norms. Not fulfilling these norms, met with the reduction of, or total lack of, food rations. The Soviet regime’s Polish prisoners, who were a free workforce for the USSR, had to work under exorbitant labour norms. Not fulfilling these norms, met with the reduction of, or total lack of, food rations. The Soviet regime’s Polish prisoners, who were a free workforce for the USSR, had to work under exorbitant labour norms. Not fulfilling these norms, met with the reduction of, or total lack of, food rations. Taiga, Siberia Many Poles who were deported were sent to the Siberian forest to cut wood Forced labour was directed to everyone between 16 and 60 years old, yet often this was extended to 14 and even 12 year olds Forced labour was directed to everyone between 16 and 60 years old, yet often this was extended to 14 and even 12 year olds Extremely cold temperatures, often below -40°C, 10-12 hours a day and 6 days a week of work, sadistic guards and grogginess, caused many deaths among the prisoners, Extremely cold temperatures, often below -40°C, 10-12 hours a day and 6 days a week of work, sadistic guards and grogginess, caused many deaths among the prisoners Disability/illness were not excused. Kolyma Mines, Magadan Some of the deported people (1st and 3rd wave) were used to slave in mines of iron ore, gold, silver, copper, coal or lead scattered over the Soviet empire. Some of the deported people (1st and 3rd wave) were used to slave in mines of iron ore, gold, silver, copper, coal or lead scattered over the Soviet empire. Some of the deported people (1st and 3rd wave) were used to slave in mines of iron ore, gold, silver, copper, coal or lead scattered over the Soviet empire. According to a report from one lead mine on the Chukchi Peninsula, no Polish prisoner ever returned. According to a report from one lead mine on the Chukchi Peninsula, no Polish prisoner ever returned. Soviet labour camps Prisoners slept in wooden barracks, often so full, that it was impossible to move. Prisoners slept in wooden barracks, often so full, that it was impossible to move. They faced hunger, cold and diseases. The Russian “criminal” prisoners were dangerous – protected by the NKVD guards they robbed, raped and beat the other inmates. They faced hunger, cold and diseases. The Russian “criminal” prisoners were dangerous – protected by the NKVD guards they robbed, raped and beat the other inmates. They faced hunger, cold and diseases. The Russian “criminal” prisoners were dangerous – protected by the NKVD guards they robbed, raped and beat the other inmates. Praying was also prohibited. *knajacks – common criminals kept in labour camps with political prisoners Prisoners – “Zeks” – were often punished by detention in small cages, very often in excavated holes which were filled with water. Prisoners – “Zeks” – were often punished by detention in small cages, very often in excavated holes which were filled with water. zek – labour camp’s prisoner A terrible fate met sick prisoners. In makeshift hospitals there were no medicines A terrible fate met sick prisoners. In makeshift hospitals there were no medicines Additionally, scurvy disease destroyed inmates physically and mentally Long-serving Soviet guards, separated from the rest of the world in these camps, lost their humanity. Women were exposed to rape and humiliation. Long-serving Soviet guards, separated from the rest of the world in these camps, lost their humanity. Women were exposed to rape and humiliation. According to Soviet law, children born in the camps could only stay with their mother for 18 months. They were then fated with the camp orphanage. According to Soviet law, children born in the camps could only stay with their mother for 18 months. They were then fated with the camp orphanage. Katyń Forest, April – May 1940 With the Politburo’s decision of 5th March 1940, the fate of almost 22,000 Polish citizens, including over 10,000 Polish Army officers and other uniformed services, was sealed. With the Politburo’s decision of 5th March 1940, the fate of almost 22,000 Polish citizens, including over 10,000 Polish Army officers and other uniformed services, was sealed. With the Politburo’s decision of 5th March 1940, the fate of almost 22,000 Polish citizens, including over 10,000 Polish Army officers and other uniformed services, was sealed. From April, the NKVD systematically murdered all these prisoners by a shot to the back of the head in the prisons of Minsk, Kiev; in the NKVD’s basements of Kharkiv, Smolensk and Kalinin and in the forest of Katyń. From April, the NKVD systematically murdered all these prisoners by a shot to the back of the head in the prisons of Minsk, Kiev; in the NKVD’s basements of Kharkiv, Smolensk and Kalinin and in the forest of Katyń. From April, the NKVD systematically murdered all these prisoners by a shot to the back of the head in the prisons of Minsk, Kiev; in the NKVD’s basements of Kharkiv, Smolensk and Kalinin and in the forest of Katyń.Kalinin From April, the NKVD systematically murdered all these prisoners by a shot to the back of the head in the prisons of Minsk, Kiev; in the NKVD’s basements of Kharkiv, Smolensk and Kalinin and in the forest of Katyń. We still do not know all the locations of this murder or the places of the victims’ burial. After the German occupation of the Wilno Region, Lithuanian collaborators from the Saugumo secret police and Ypatingasis task force, proceeded to exterminate Jews and Polish intelligentsia in Ponary, near Wilno. After the German occupation of the Wilno Region, Lithuanian collaborators from the Saugumo secret police and Ypatingasis task force, proceeded to exterminate Jews and Polish intelligentsia in Ponary, near Wilno. After the German occupation of the Wilno Region, Lithuanian collaborators from the Saugumo secret police and Ypatingasis task force, proceeded to exterminate Jews and Polish intelligentsia in Ponary, near Wilno. Most of the victims were Vilnius Jews and the Polish intelligentsia. These criminals, with German approval, first robbed their victims and then brutalized them with great cruelty. With Germany losing on the Eastern front, from mid 1943, the Lithuanians began to obliterate the evidence of their crimes by burning the murdered corpses These criminals, with German approval, first robbed their victims and then brutalized them with great cruelty. With Germany losing on the Eastern front, from mid 1943, the Lithuanians began to obliterate the evidence of their crimes by burning the murdered corpses In the Ponary Massacres, 80,000 to 100,000 people were murdered. Lithuanian collaborators committed genocide in many other places of the Polish Wilno Region. In the Ponary Massacres, 80,000 to 100,000 people were murdered. Lithuanian collaborators committed genocide in many other places of the Polish Wilno Region. First transportation to KL Auschwitz, 14 June 1940 In June 1940, from the prison in Tarnow, In June 1940, the first Polish prisoners from Tarnowo were sent to the newly built KL Auschwitz. Only 200 out of 700 people survived this nightmare In June 1940, the first Polish prisoners from Tarnowo were sent to the newly built KL Auschwitz. Only 200 out of 700 people survived this nightmare In Autumn 1941, KL Auschwitz was extended with Birkenau. From 1942 the railway platform,was a scene from Dante’s inferno with the selection of Jewish families, particularly those from Hungary. In Autumn 1941, KL Auschwitz was extended with Birkenau. From 1942 the railway platform,was a scene from Dante’s inferno with the selection of Jewish families, particularly those from Hungary. In Autumn 1941, KL Auschwitz was extended with Birkenau. From 1942 the railway platform,was a scene from Dante’s inferno with the selection of Jewish families, particularly those from Hungary. In Autumn 1941, KL Auschwitz was extended with Birkenau. From 1942 the railway platform,was a scene from Dante’s inferno with the selection of Jewish families, particularly those from Hungary. German Concentration Camp
KL-Auschwitz Over the main gate of KL Auschwitz was a German slogan – “Work sets you free”. Over the main gate of KL Auschwitz was a German slogan – “Work sets you free”. These words became a symbol of the extermination of millions of prisoners in all German camps. Prisoner parades were very long, lasting several hours. Prisoners were forced into slave labour. The aim was to break, and thereby kill, them. Many people committed suicide because they could not stand the camp conditions Prisoners were forced into slave labour. The aim was to break, and thereby kill, them. Many people committed suicide because they could not stand the camp conditions Many companies and industries used this free workforce provided by KL Auschwitz. Among them were: IG FarbenIndustrie, AEG, BAYER, BMW, DAIMLER, BENZ, Photo AGFA, SIEMENS, TELEFUNKEN, SOLVAY, VOLKSWAGEN and many others. This must be remembered! IG FarbenIndustrie, AEG, BAYER, BMW, DAIMLER, BENZ, Photo AGFA, SIEMENS, TELEFUNKEN, SOLVAY, VOLKSWAGEN and many others. This must be remembered! IG FarbenIndustrie, AEG, BAYER, BMW, DAIMLER, BENZ, Photo AGFA, SIEMENS, TELEFUNKEN, SOLVAY, VOLKSWAGEN and many others. This must be remembered! KL Auschwitz’s prisoners were placed in brick blocks of pre-war Polish Army’s barracks, which were extended over time. KL Auschwitz’s prisoners were placed in brick blocks of pre-war Polish Army’s barracks, which were extended over time. At the beginning, prisoners slept on the floor. After February 1941, three-level beds were built At the beginning, prisoners slept on the floor. After February 1941, three-level beds were built Blocks were created for 700 people, yet over 1200 were kept there. After the camp extension, a washing place was built in every block, but access was restricted. Blocks were created for 700 people, yet over 1200 were kept there. After the camp extension, a washing place was built in every block, but access was restricted. Minimal food rations resulted in a starvation existence. Every crumble of bread was the chance of another day. Minimal food rations resulted in a starvation existence. Every crumble of bread was the chance of another day. Besides Poles and Jews, several other European nations’ citizens were murdered. In July 1941, after the successful escape of one of the prisoners, the Germans chose 10 people to die in a starvation bunker. In July 1941, after the successful escape of one of the prisoners, the Germans chose 10 people to die in a starvation bunker. Among them was Franciszek Gajowniczek, a Polish Army sergeant. When he cried out with grief that he would never see his family again, prisoner No. 16670 stepped out of the line Among them was Franciszek Gajowniczek, a Polish Army sergeant. When he cried out with grief that he would never see his family again, prisoner No. 16670 stepped out of the line Among them was Franciszek Gajowniczek, a Polish Army sergeant. When he cried out with grief that he would never see his family again, prisoner No. 16670 stepped out of the line He made a proposition to Fritzch – the camp commander – that he wanted to swap with Gajowniczek. The shocked SS officer agreed. He made a proposition to Fritzch – the camp commander – that he wanted to swap with Gajowniczek. The shocked SS officer agreed. Prisoner No. 16670 was eventually killed with a phenol injection on 14th August 1941 in the cellar of Block 11 Prisoner No. 16670 was eventually killed with a phenol injection on 14th August 1941 in the cellar of Block 11 Franciszek Gajowniczek survived Auschwitz and Sachsenhausen, dying of natural causes in 1995. He was living evidence of the holiness of Maksymilian Kolbe, providing a testimony for his canonization. Franciszek Gajowniczek survived Auschwitz and Sachsenhausen, dying of natural causes in 1995. He was living evidence of the holiness of Maksymilian Kolbe, providing a testimony for his canonization. Death Wall. Courtyard of Block 11 A wall in the courtyard of Block 11 was a place for shooting prisoners. For the smallest offence, or on the whim of a guard, prisoners were punished in many different ways. A wall in the courtyard of Block 11 was a place for shooting prisoners. For the smallest offence, or on the whim of a guard, prisoners were punished in many different ways. A wall in the courtyard of Block 11 was a place for shooting prisoners. For the smallest offence, or on the whim of a guard, prisoners were punished in many different ways. It could be flogging, standing punishment, put in the death block, physical exertion causing death or by a shot to the back of the head. It could be flogging, standing punishment, put in the death block, physical exertion causing death or by a shot to the back of the head. It could be flogging, standing punishment, put in the death block, physical exertion causing death or by a shot to the back of the head. Among the German camp personnel were also women. Among the German staff were also women. One of them was Irma Grese, called the “Beauty beast”, due to her brutal bullying of prisoners Among the German staff were also women. One of them was Irma Grese, called the “Beauty beast”, due to her brutal bullying of prisoners She always carried her richly decorated whip and learned to attack people dog She also committed sexual abuse on young Poles. In May 1943, Josef Mengele, the so-called “Death Angel” arrived at the camp. He participated in several dozen selections on Birkenau’s railway platform. In May 1943, Josef Mengele, the so-called “Death Angel” arrived at the camp. He participated in several dozen selections on Birkenau’s railway platform. Yet in Auschwitz he conducted experimental pseudo-scientific research. He turned his attention to twins, conducting inhuman experiments on them Yet in Auschwitz he conducted experimental pseudo-scientific research. He turned his attention to twins, conducting inhuman experiments on them . He was never punished for his crimes and died in a drowning accident in Brazil in 1979 He was one of many monsters who called themselves “doctors” with scientific degrees – like Carl Clauberg or Horst Schumann, who undertook research on female sterilization He was one of many monsters who called themselves “doctors” with scientific degrees – like Carl Clauberg or Horst Schumann, who undertook research on female sterilization He was one of many monsters who called themselves “doctors” with scientific degrees – like Carl Clauberg or Horst Schumann, who undertook research on female sterilization People were infected with diseases and used to test medicines on them. Inexperienced doctors, as part of their studies, conducted operations and post-mortem examinations. The company Bayer used this research. Gas chamber In January 1942, during a German Nazi conference in Wannsee a decision about the final solution to the Jewish question was made The cheapest way seemed to be gas chambers and Zyklon B. It cost 5 Reichsmarks per kilo, with 5 to 7 kilos being enough to gas 1,500 people. The cheapest way seemed to be gas chambers and Zyklon B. It cost 5 Reichsmarks per kilo, with 5 to 7 kilos being enough to gas 1,500 people. Unaware Victims waiting to shower took 20 minutes to die in pain. The high number of victims brought with it the problem of removing corpses Even after building four immense crematorium complexes in Birkenau, corpses were burned in deep holes as well during the Hungarian action Even after building four immense crematorium complexes in Birkenau, corpses were burned in deep holes as well during the Hungarian action Institute of Anatomy, Medical Academy in Gdańsk There was no wastage in the German annihilation machine. Ash and unburned bones were smashed into powder, used afterwards as a lower layer for road construction or in fertilizer production. Ash and unburned bones were smashed into powder, used afterwards as a lower layer for road construction or in fertilizer production. Hair was disinfected and, after drying, sold to German companies like Schaffler as a material for fabric production. Cut body parts were used for scientific research in medical universities Teeth made out of gold and precious metals were given to the SS dental In the Gdańsk Anatomy Institute, prof. Spanner produced soap out of human remains and in the Buchenwald camp gloves and belts were made out of human skin. On 22nd June 1941 the friendship and cooperation between Germany and the USSR ended. The Third Reich attacked Stalin in Operation Barbarossa. After the Great Purges, the Red Army was without it’s command cadre and was not prepared for the Blitzkrieg. This resulted in huge losses. After the Great Purges, the Red Army was without it’s command cadre and was not prepared for the Blitzkrieg. This resulted in huge losses. Two days after the German attack, Beria, the head of the NKVD, proposed the execution of prisoners charged with anti-Soviet and counter-revolutionary activity, sabotage and diversion. Two days after the German attack, Beria, the head of the NKVD, proposed the execution of prisoners charged with anti-Soviet and counter-revolutionary activity, sabotage and diversion. Two days after the German attack, Beria, the head of the NKVD, proposed the execution of prisoners charged with anti-Soviet and counter-revolutionary activity, sabotage and diversion. The murderous slaughter of over 40,000 prisoners detained in so-called Western Belarus and Western Ukraine as well as the Wilno Region began The murderous slaughter of over 40,000 prisoners detained in so-called Western Belarus and Western Ukraine as well as the Wilno Region began Great brutality was used against victims in the Lwów prisons of Brygidki and Zamarstyniv. Even the entering German soldiers were shaken by the view. When entering Lwów, even the German soldiers were shocked with what they saw. Not less than 15,000 people were murdered and over 20,000 were killed during the evacuation to the East. When entering Lwów, even the German soldiers were shocked with what they saw. Not less than 15,000 people were murdered and over 20,000 were killed during the evacuation to the East. Salt Mine, Lacko-Salina, June 1941 Several hundred prisoners in Dobromil, gathered from Przemyśl, were murdered with an iron hammer bashed to their head. Several hundred prisoners in Dobromil, gathered from Przemyśl, were murdered with an iron hammer bashed to their head. The corpses were thrown into the shaft in Lacko-Salina. Jedwabne, 10 July 1941 At Jedwabne, Germans murdered over 300 of Jews, forcing tens of people into a joint enterprise. The case of alleged mass murder of Jews by the Polish neighbours, was and still is used and propagated across the world by anti-Polish writer Jan Tomasz Gross. Parośl, Wołyn, 9 February 1943 The first massacres perpetrated by Ukrainian Nationalists occured in September 1939. Besides the local Polish community, Ukrainians killed Polish soldiers retreating towards Hungary Besides the local Polish community, Ukrainians killed Polish soldiers retreating towards Hungary The number of victims reached several thousand. The Parośla I Massacre, in February 1943, was committed by UPA and was a prelude to the Wołyn Massacres. Poryck, Wołyn, 11 July 1943 On Sunday, 11th July 1943, the biggest and most co-ordinated attack of UPA and OUN bandits took place against Polish towns and villages. On Sunday, 11th July 1943, the biggest and most co-ordinated attack of UPA and OUN bandits took place against Polish towns and villages. gangs have followed at Polish towns and villages. Particularly dramatic were the crimes committed during Holy Mass in churches located in Kisielin, Poryck, Chrynów, Krymn and Zabłoćce. Particularly dramatic were the crimes committed during Holy Mass in churches located in Kisielin, Poryck, Chrynów, Krymn and Zabłoćce. Some of the faithful, defending themselves on the upper floor of the church in Kisielin, managed to fight off the attacks. The faithful in other towns were not so fortunate. Priests were murdered next to the altars. The faithful in other towns were not so fortunate. Priests were murdered next to the altars. In Poryck, after murdering the Poles, the Ukrainians desecrated the temple. Then they tried to explode and burn it During Holy Mass multi-generational families were killed. The logistics of attacks by UPA were repeated, which means that it was a centrally organized action and not independent acts by local bandits. The logistics of attacks by UPA were repeated, which means that it was a centrally organized action and not independent acts by local bandits. The village was surrounded very carefully, so that nobody could escape. Afterwards, the slaughter of defenceless civilians began, in which not only UPA members participated, Afterwards, the slaughter of defenceless civilians began, in which not only UPA members participated, but also Ukrainians from surrounding villages who were armed with pitch forks, axes, scythes and other farm tools The Poles were tortured and butchered in the most horrifying ways. The worst fate met women, children, activists and priests. Historians have counted about 200 methods of torture in this genocide The worst fate met women, children, activists and priests. Historians have counted about 200 methods of torture in this genocide By this means, in these lands, a free Ukraine was to be raised.

. Orthodox clergy in Wołyn and Greek Catholics in Lesser Poland participated in these massacres, and many more refused to condemn them Orthodox clergy in Wołyn and Greek Catholics in Lesser Poland participated in these massacres, and many more refused to condemn them The Archbishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church from Lwów, Andrij Szeptycki, never spoke out against the genocide. Furthermore, he supported the German formation of the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st Galician) made up of Ukrainian volunteers. After taking over a town and murdering it’s Polish civilians, the Ukrainian aggressors robbed and then celebrated their success. After taking over a town and murdering it’s Polish civilians, the Ukrainian aggressors robbed and then celebrated their success. After taking over a town and murdering it’s Polish civilians, the Ukrainian aggressors robbed and then celebrated their success. Captured Poles were used as living training targets. They were used firstly as victims and for new bandit members too. Villages were completely burned to the ground. Even today there is no sign of several hundred of these villages. This Ukrainian genocide also included people with Armenian, Czech and Jewish ethnicity. Even today there is no sign of several hundred of these villages. This Ukrainian genocide also included people with Armenian, Czech and Jewish ethnicity. In this time of slaughter, UPA members killed Poles in mixed families. They even forced mixed family members to kill each other. We will never know how many heroic Ukrainians lost their lives trying to save Poles. They even forced mixed family members to kill each other. We will never know how many heroic Ukrainians lost their lives trying to save Poles. Przebraże, July 1943 – January 1944 From the spring of 1943, Polish self-defence outposts were created in Wołyn. Many of them were killed by the Banderowcy From the spring of 1943, Polish self-defence outposts were created in Wołyn. Many of them were killed by the Banderowcy The biggest outpost was in Przebraże, under the command of Henryk Cybulski. At it’s peak the outpost had over 1,000 defenders and about 20,000 civilians. Despite repeated attacks they were never conquered. At it’s peak the outpost had over 1,000 defenders and about 20,000 civilians. Despite repeated attacks they were never conquered. Together with creating German “living space” in the East, at the turn of 1942/1943, the displacement of Poles in the Zamość region began Together with creating German “living space” in the East, at the turn of 1942/1943, the displacement of Poles in the Zamość region began In their place came German and Ukrainian settlers. A horrible fate met over 30,000 Polish children who, separated from their parents, ended up in concentration camps and in forced labour In their place came German and Ukrainian settlers. A horrible fate met over 30,000 Polish children who, separated from their parents, ended up in concentration camps and in forced labour In their place came German and Ukrainian settlers. A horrible fate met over 30,000 Polish children who, separated from their parents, ended up in concentration camps and in forced labour . They were also subjected to brutal Germanization. This action of displacement was stopped by Polish armed resistance which had begun with Peasant Battalions, commanded by legendary Franciszek Kamiński. This action of displacement was stopped by Polish armed resistance which had begun with Peasant Battalions, commanded by legendary Franciszek Kamiński. Until the Autumn of 1942, along the Anders Army, about 45 thousand of civilians fled from the inhuman land. Of whom, more than 10 thousand was younger than 14 years. Children got to the furthest corners of the world, including Mexico, the British colonies in the South Africa, Canada or New Zealand, where the local people and the authorities showed great kindness and help. A large group was took into protection and got paid the maintenance expenses, by a great man – Hindu maharaja – Jam sahib Digvijaysinhji
(जाम साहिब दिग्विजयसिंहजी), called by Polish children “The Good Maharaja”. Young people, 14 to 18 years old, and often even younger, formed Junak squads. Many of the Junaks, after the completion of the training and becoming adults, got into the ranks of the 2nd Corpus, have spilt blood over the Italian land on theirs way to free Poland. Polish soldier fought on all fronts of the Second World War, from the sands of Libya near Tobruk, to the Norwegian snows of Narvik, from the meadows of Normandy to the Belarusian swamps at Lenino. Ships flying the Polish flag sailed seas from the artctic convoys to Murmansk, across the ocean, as far as the Mediterranean Sea. Polish airmen fought defending France and England, bombing Germany. In Autumn 1939, on the areas annexed by the Soviet Union, already first partisan squadrons started being formed and engage in fights against the occupant. In central Poland, with exception of mjr. Henryk Hubal-Dobrzanski, such squadrons began to form since 1943. Polish underground was the largest in Europe. The number of the Home Army, the Peasant Battalions and the National Army Forces reached nearly 700 thousand. Huge role played, trained at the British Isles – Cichociemni (pol. ‘Dark and Silent’ or ‘Silent Unseen’). The communists, with a marginal support, were recruiting and inducting gangs of robbers to join the people’s army, which spread terror among civilian population, i.e. The People’s Army squadron – the Lions formed by Israel Eisenman (aka Izrael Ajzenman or Julian Kaniewski). As a result of the NSZ (pol. National Armed Forces) action, the captured bandits were executed. Brigades of the NSZ, the one from Swietokrzyskie country in particular, repeatedly cleared the land of bandits, communist collaborators or soviet paratroopers. Gestapo Headquarters. Warsaw, March 1943 From the outset of war, Polish youths were engaged in partisan activity against German and Soviet occupation From the outset of war, Polish youths were engaged in partisan activity against German and Soviet occupation One of the most famous example of heroism was invincible attitude One of the more famous examples of heroism was the unbreakable spirit of Janek Bytnar a.k.a. “Rudy” when tortured by the SS Gestapo. For many years, the truth about fate of the Poles forcibly incorporated in the Wehrmacht, was kept in silence. They were both, pre-war citizens of Germany with Polish nationality, as well as residents of the areas annexed by the Third Reich. Their number is estimated at about 375 thousand. About half of them were killed, more than 30% went to the Polish Armed Forces in the West. Muranowski square On the Eve of Passover, the final liquidation of the Jewish Warsaw Ghetto began The German forces and the eastern collaborators encountered desperate resistance of a handful of armed Jews. In Muranowski Square, soldiers of the Jewish Military Union put out Polish flags during the fighting. Few of them survived. In Muranowski Square, soldiers of the Jewish Military Union put out Polish flags during the fighting. Few of them survived. After 1945, the communists erased them from the history books. Warsaw, 1944 After taking over the SS and Police command of Warsaw district, SS Brigadenfuhrer Franz Kutschera attempted to suppress the resistance of the capital’s citizens, by mass round-ups and public executions. After taking over the SS and Police command of Warsaw district, SS Brigadenfuhrer Franz Kutschera attempted to suppress the resistance of the capital’s citizens, by mass round-ups and public executions. After the successful assassination of this criminal, in February 1944, further actions stopped until the Warsaw Uprising Ruins of Warsaw Ghetto
1944 From summer 1943, the Warsaw ghetto ruins were used as a place to execute Pawiak’s prisoners. The last execution took place right after the Uprising began. From summer 1943, the Warsaw ghetto ruins were used as a place to execute Pawiak’s prisoners. The last execution took place right after the Uprising began. Markowa, 24 March Following a tip-off from Leś Włodzimierz of the Blue Police, a massacre took place in the Ulma house in Markowa, where Jews were hiding Following a tip-off from Leś Włodzimierz of the Blue Police, a massacre took place in the Ulma house in Markowa, where Jews were hiding Germans firstly killed the Jews, next, in front of the children, they killed Józef and his wife Wiktoria Ulma, who was in advanced pregnancy. After consulting with Czech volksdeutsche commander Joseph Kokott, the gendarmes killed the Ulma’s six children, aged between 18 months and 8 years old. After consulting with Czech volksdeutsche commander Joseph Kokott, the gendarmes killed the Ulma’s six children, aged between 18 months and 8 years old. ranging in age from 18 months to 8 years. Crimes like this were usual. In 1942, in Ciepielów, families of Kowalscy, Obuchiewicz, Skoczyls and Kosior were buried alive. In occupied Poland, any help given to the Jews was punished with death Crimes like this were usual. In 1942, in Ciepielów, families of Kowalscy, Obuchiewicz, Skoczyls and Kosior were buried alive. In occupied Poland, any help given to the Jews was punished with death Crimes like this were usual. In 1942, in Ciepielów, families of Kowalscy, Obuchiewicz, Skoczyls and Kosior were buried alive. In occupied Poland, any help given to the Jews was punished with death It was different in Western occupied Europe, where it was treated with a penalty or arrest Jan Gross, in an interview for German newspaper “Die Welt”, claimed, that “during war Poles killed more Jews than Germans”. Jan Gross, in an interview for German newspaper “Die Welt”, claimed, that “during war Poles killed more Jews than Germans”. Based on article No. 133 of the Penal Code, an investigation is underway regarding the false allegations by this liar Based on article No. 133 of the Penal Code, an investigation is underway regarding the false allegations by this liar In Naliboki forest a group of Jews, under the command of Tewje Bielski, created an armed band – the so-called Bielski Partisans. Together with Soviet bandits, they fought against the AK Stołpeckie unit. They treated Polish civilians with great brutality e.g. in Naliboki. In recent years, Tewje Bielski has become a Hollywood hero. They treated Polish civilians with great brutality e.g. in Naliboki. In recent years, Tewje Bielski has become a Hollywood hero. On 4th January 1944, the Soviets crossed the pre-war Polish border. The Home Army started to realize Operation “Tempest”. On 4th January 1944, the Soviets crossed the pre-war Polish border. The Home Army started to realize Operation “Tempest”. In many regions, Red Army front troops co-operated with AK soldiers, yet they were then replaced with NKVD units In many regions, Red Army front troops co-operated with AK soldiers, yet they were then replaced with NKVD units which were ruthlessly targeting every trace of Polishness. In July 1944, Wilno was liberated following the successful Operation “Gate of Dawn” by the Polish Home Army. The British Government censored this information, however, because Wilno was supposed to be Soviet. In July 1944, Wilno was liberated following the successful Operation “Gate of Dawn” by the Polish Home Army. The British Government censored this information, however, because Wilno was supposed to be Soviet. In July 1944, Wilno was liberated following the successful Operation “Gate of Dawn” by the Polish Home Army. The British Government censored this information, however, because Wilno was supposed to be Soviet. The Eastern Borderlands of the Republic of Poland bled until the early 1950’s with the blood of AK soldiers who continued to fight the Soviet occupants. The Eastern Borderlands of the Republic of Poland bled until the early 1950’s with the blood of AK soldiers who continued to fight the Soviet occupants. With information about the advance of Soviet troops towards the Vistula River, and watching the Wehrmacht’s panicked retreat from the capital With information about the advance of Soviet troops towards the Vistula River, and watching the Wehrmacht’s panicked retreat from the capital the Home Army command decided to begin military action. At 5 p.m., on 1 August 1944, soldiers from the Warsaw District AK started Action “Tempest”. The Warsaw Uprising had begun. In the first week of August, soldiers from the Hermann Goering SS Panzer the Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS, the SS-Gruppenführer Heinz Reinefarth formation, and Paratroop Division and the SS ‘Viking’ Panzer Division, Oskar Dirlewanger and Heinz Reinefarth’s SS troops, Russian Bronislav Kamiński’s RONA troops and Azerbaijani Battalions systematically slaughtered civilians from the Wola District Approximately 50,000 people are estimated to have been murdered in this massacre. A terrible fate awaited the civilians treated and hiding in Wola hospitals. The Germans committed unbelievable crimes. They burned alive those who were sick and injured Doctors and medical staff heroically tried to save their patients at any cost. Later on, Germans burned hospitals in other parts of the city too. Doctors and medical staff heroically tried to save their patients at any cost. Later on, Germans burned hospitals in other parts of the city too. Not many managed to survive this slaughter in Wola. Children who survived this have horrific memories. During the fighting with insurgents, the Germans used a tactic of burned land, destroying both communal buildings and cultural relicts. Many civilians were trapped in bombarded buildings’ cellars. During the fighting with insurgents, the Germans used a tactic of burned land, destroying both communal buildings and cultural relicts. Many civilians were trapped in bombarded buildings’ cellars. Despite the heroic efforts, the poorly armed rebels, fought alone again and could not fight off the elite German units. Sewers With all the districts surrounded, the only way for the Polish partisans to communicate was through the sewers. With all the districts surrounded, the only way for the Polish partisans to communicate was through the sewers. Despite extremely tough conditions, they were the path of evacuation from the Old Town. Despite extremely tough conditions, they were the path of evacuation from the Old Town. Germans, comparing the fighting in Stalingrad, never went down to the sewers. Despite this, many years after war, human corpses were found there. Germans, comparing the fighting in Stalingrad, never went down to the sewers. Despite this, many years after war, human corpses were found there. Ruins of Warsaw, november 1944 On Hitler’s special order, Warsaw was to be leveled to the ground. From October, all quarters of the city were systematically exploded. Until January 1945, several thousand people were hiding in the ruins of the city From October, all quarters of the city were systematically exploded. Until January 1945, several thousand people were hiding in the ruins of the city Amongst the survivors was the composer and pianist Władysław Szpilman. Death Marches, January 1945 With the advance of the Red Army towards the German concentration camps, the evacuation of prisoners to the Third Reich began. In January 1945, over 50,000 prisoners from KL Auschwitz were marched to a railway station 60 km away in Wodzisław Śląski. At least 15,000 prisoners died on these death marches. Podgaje, Pomeranian Wall, 31 January 1945 During fighting to break through the Pomeranian Wall, several dozen Polish soldiers were captured by Dutch SS officers from the “Elster” group. During fighting to break through the Pomeranian Wall, several dozen Polish soldiers were captured by Dutch SS officers from the “Elster” group. After a failed escape attempt the Poles were bound with wire and burned alive in a barn Przyszowice, Silesia The front troops of the Red Army behaved properly towards Polish civilians on entering Poland – unlike the reserve units which looted, marauded and raped The front troops of the Red Army behaved properly towards Polish civilians on entering Poland – unlike the reserve units which looted, marauded and raped Yet there were deadly exceptions. In the Silesian village of Przyszowice, Red Army soldiers murdered several dozen people, including children and ex-prisoners of KL Auschwitz.They also savagely raped Polish women. In the Silesian village of Przyszowice, Red Army soldiers murdered several dozen people, including children and ex-prisoners of KL Auschwitz. They also savagely raped Polish women. Potoccy’s Palace, Liwadia near Yalta, 4-11 February 1945 While fighting raged on the front, the Big Three met for the second time to set the fate of post-war Europe Polish allies gave away Poland into hands of Stalin, at the same giving him control of the eastern provinces of Poland, such as Vilnius, Navahrudak, Lida, Grodno, Brest, Lutsk, Lviv, Stanislawow or Ternopil. Stalin also got the upper hand in regard of the elimination of the home army and the national underground. As a compensation for taking the eastern provinces away from Poland, the new Poland got compensated with the Polish Piast land on the west, Masuria and Warmia on the north. Berlin, 30 April 1945 Probably on April the 30th 1945, Adolf Hitler committed a suicide, though it was never confirmed that the body found, was indeed the remains of the Fuhrer The “Thousand Year Reich” had existed for just 12 years. Nuremberg, 1 October 1946 The trial of German war criminals lasted for almost a year – 12 of them were executed, 7 received prison sentences and 3 of them were freed. The Soviet’s attempted to blame the Germans for the Katyń Massacre failed. Soviet war criminals were never brought to justice. The Soviet’s attempted to blame the Germans for the Katyń Massacre failed. Soviet war criminals were never brought to justice. Communist camp Zgoda-Świętochłowice (in the area of ex-KL Auschwitz) Colonel Salmon Morel was saved from the Holocaust by a Polish Catholic. He was a Jewish partisan and, in 1945, became commander of the communist Zgoda labour camp in Świętochłowice, on the terrain of ex-KL Auschwitz Colonel Salmon Morel was saved from the Holocaust by a Polish Catholic. He was a Jewish partisan and, in 1945, became commander of the communist Zgoda labour camp in Świętochłowice, on the terrain of ex-KL Auschwitz Colonel Salmon Morel was saved from the Holocaust by a Polish Catholic. He was a Jewish partisan and, in 1945, became commander of the communist Zgoda labour camp in Świętochłowice, on the terrain of ex-KL Auschwitz Responsible for torture, rape and disease epidemics, which killed over 2,000 people, he continued to further his career in the communist Prison Service Indicted of war crimes, he escaped to Israel who refused to extradite him for trial. Until the end of his life, he continued to receive a Polish pension. Indicted of war crimes, he escaped to Israel who refused to extradite him for trial. Until the end of his life, he continued to receive a Polish pension. Indicted of war crimes, he escaped to Israel who refused to extradite him for trial. Until the end of his life, he continued to receive a Polish pension. Jasiel, Bieszczady Mts, March 1946 Although the war had officially ended – in the Bieszczady mountains the fire was still burning. In March 1946, UPA units captured and murdered 72 Polish Army border security troops. Thirty bodies were never found. Several days later, near the village Wisłok Wielki a group of Polish border security soldiers fell into a UPA ambush Thirty bodies were never found. Several days later, near the village Wisłok Wielki a group of Polish border security soldiers fell into a UPA ambush In June the victims’ bodies were discovered with signs of terrible torture. A similar action happened in Cisna in April 1947. Only “Operation Vistula” ultimately stopped this criminal UPA activity. In June the victims’ bodies were discovered with signs of terrible torture. A similar action happened in Cisna in April 1947. Only “Operation Vistula” ultimately stopped this criminal UPA activity. In June the victims’ bodies were discovered with signs of terrible torture. A similar action happened in Cisna in April 1947. Only “Operation Vistula” ultimately stopped this criminal UPA activity. In June the victims’ bodies were discovered with signs of terrible torture. A similar action happened in Cisna in April 1947. Only “Operation Vistula” ultimately stopped this criminal UPA activity. Mjr. Zygmunt Bauman, in his youth a militiaman in Moscow, next a political and education officer in the Berling Army, later a criminal agent of the communists counter espionage, alias “Semjon”. He became an informer for Soviet Military Intelligence and then a political officer in the Internal Security Korps (KBW) working against the Polish Home Army As an academic he is today regarded as a “moral authority” and in one of his interviews he claimed that “Communist ideas were just a continuation of the Enlightenment” As an academic he is today regarded as a “moral authority” and in one of his interviews he claimed that “Communist ideas were just a continuation of the Enlightenment” He has recently been accused of plagiarism. Augustów Forest, July 1945 Augustów Forest, July 1945 In July 1945, in the Augustów region, an operation was undertaken by Soviet forces to get rid of Polish anti-communist partisans and sympathisers In July 1945, in the Augustów region, an operation was undertaken by Soviet forces to get rid of Polish anti-communist partisans and sympathisers It was possibly initiated over fear for Stalin’s safety during the Potsdam Conference. The exact number of victims in the “Augustów Roundup”, or “Little Katyń” as it has become known, has never been confirmed. Some evidence suggests that the victims may be buried near the Belarus-Russian border. It was possibly initiated over fear for Stalin’s safety during the Potsdam Conference. The exact number of victims in the “Augustów Roundup”, or “Little Katyń” as it has become known, has never been confirmed. Some evidence suggests that the victims may be buried near the Belarus-Russian border. It was possibly initiated over fear for Stalin’s safety during the Potsdam Conference. The exact number of victims in the “Augustów Roundup”, or “Little Katyń” as it has become known, has never been confirmed. Some evidence suggests that the victims may be buried near the Belarus-Russian border. It was possibly initiated over fear for Stalin’s safety during the Potsdam Conference. The exact number of victims in the “Augustów Roundup”, or “Little Katyń” as it has become known, has never been confirmed. Some evidence suggests that the victims may be buried near the Belarus-Russian border. Kazimierz Moczarski, author of “Conversations with an Executer”, was imprisoned and interrogated by the Stalinist secret police (UB) for 4 years During this time, he experienced 49 different types of torture used by the UB. There is no doubt that sadistic interrogators used many more. During this time, he experienced 49 different types of torture used by the UB. There is no doubt that sadistic interrogators used many more. Stanisław Sojczyński twice led attacks against the Germans in Radomsko. For this feat, he was awarded the Silver Cross Virtuti Militari in 1943. Stanisław Sojczyński twice led attacks against the Germans in Radomsko. For this feat, he was awarded the Silver Cross Virtuti Militari in 1943. As a partisan the Soviets gave him the unofficial title, in April 1946, of “public enemy number one”. He was the founder and leader of the Underground Polish Army (KWP) resulting in his arrest and then interrogation by Mieczysław Moczar (Mykoła Demko). He was the founder and leader of the Underground Polish Army (KWP) resulting in his arrest and then interrogation by Mieczysław Moczar (Mykoła Demko). He was executed in February 1947 and his body has never been found. In the eyes of the communist authorities, even children were a threat. Janusz Żubryd, at the age of 5, was arrested by the UB for cooperation with the NSZ. His parents – Antoni and his pregnant wife Janina – were killed with a shot to the back of the head by UB agent Jerzy Vaulin. Janusz Żubryd, at the age of 5, was arrested by the UB for cooperation with the NSZ. His parents – Antoni and his pregnant wife Janina – were killed with a shot to the back of the head by UB agent Jerzy Vaulin. Janusz Żubryd, at the age of 5, was arrested by the UB for cooperation with the NSZ. His parents – Antoni and his pregnant wife Janina – were killed with a shot to the back of the head by UB agent Jerzy Vaulin. Vaulin, who became a film director and publicist, died in 2015. He was never sentenced for murdering Antoni and Janina Żubryd. Vaulin, who became a film director and publicist, died in 2015. He was never sentenced for murdering Antoni and Janina Żubryd. Witold Pilecki was a Polish-Soviet War hero; participant of the September Campaign; volunteer to Auschwitz, founder of the camp’s resistance and later a fugitive from Auschwitz; Witold Pilecki was a Polish-Soviet War hero; participant of the September Campaign; volunteer to Auschwitz, founder of the camp’s resistance and later a fugitive from Auschwitz; Witold Pilecki was a Polish-Soviet War hero; participant of the September Campaign; volunteer to Auschwitz, founder of the camp’s resistance and later a fugitive from Auschwitz; Witold Pilecki was a Polish-Soviet War hero; participant of the September Campaign; volunteer to Auschwitz, founder of the camp’s resistance and later a fugitive from Auschwitz; Warsaw Uprising fighter and soldier of the Polish II Corps. Considered as the bravest man of WW2, he was arrested by the communist authorities. His brutal interrogation was led by Eugeniusz Chimczak Warsaw Uprising fighter and soldier of the Polish II Corps. Considered as the bravest man of WW2, he was arrested by the communist authorities. His brutal interrogation was led by Eugeniusz Chimczak Warsaw Uprising fighter and soldier of the Polish II Corps. Considered as the bravest man of WW2, he was arrested by the communist authorities. His brutal interrogation was led by Eugeniusz Chimczak In a conversation with his wife he admitted that “Auschwitz compared to them was just a trifle.” Pilecki was sentenced to death in a “show trial” in March 1948. He was executed in the Soviet method with a shot to the back of the head by executioner Piotr Śmietański from Mokotów. He is buried in Warsaw’s Powazki Cemetery. He was executed in the Soviet method with a shot to the back of the head by executioner Piotr Śmietański from Mokotów. He is buried in Warsaw’s Powazki Cemetery. He was executed in the Soviet method with a shot to the back of the head by executioner Piotr Śmietański from Mokotów. He is buried in Warsaw’s Powazki Cemetery. Helena Wolińska-Brus (born Fajga Mindla) is better known as a military prosecutor in the communist show trials of the 1950’s She led an investigation against Home Army General Fieldorf. In March 1968 she emigrated to Great Britain She led an investigation against Home Army General Fieldorf. In March 1968 she emigrated to Great Britain She led an investigation against Home Army General Fieldorf. In March 1968 she emigrated to Great Britain However, the British Government refused applications for her extradition to stand trial in Poland. A European Arrest Warrant also failed to have her extradited. She died in Oxford in 2008 However, the British Government refused applications for her extradition to stand trial in Poland. A European Arrest Warrant also failed to have her extradited. She died in Oxford in 2008 “Can a Jew count on justice in the country of Auschwitz, Majdanek and Treblinka, where depressing and deeply-rooted anti-Semitism, straight from the Middle Ages, is still firmly entrenched? [… For, the] Polish anti-Semitism is being alarmingly reborn” Danuta Siedzikówna, alias “Inka” was a nurse in the 5th Wilno Brigade of the Home Army. Despite being only 17 years old and severe tortures at the UB (pol. political secret police), she has never turn in anyone. “I am sad, that I have to die. Tell my grandmother, that behaved as it should be.” On 28th August 1946, together with Feliks Selmanowicz a.k.a. Zagończyk, she stood in front of the firing squad Just before her death she managed to shout
“Long live Poland! Long live Lupaszko!” A week before Stalin’s death, and after a bogus trial, A week before Stalin’s death, following a show trial, legendary chief of Kedyw AK, General August Emil Fieldorf a.k.a. “Nil”, was hung in a prison on Rakowiecka St. A week before Stalin’s death, following a show trial, legendary chief of Kedyw AK, General August Emil Fieldorf a.k.a. “Nil”, was hung in a prison on Rakowiecka St. Quarter Ł, Powązki Cemetery Communist criminals, under cover of night, buried their victims in cemeteries and in many, still unknown places. “Prince of Poets” – Zbigniew Herbert wrote: Communist criminals, under cover of night, buried their victims in cemeteries and in many, still unknown places. “Prince of Poets” – Zbigniew Herbert wrote: “we must therefore know
draw up exact accounts summon them by name
ready them for the road” Krzysztof Szwagrzyk, a historian from IPN, led the search for Polish people killed during the communist period – he gave the victims their names back. Krzysztof Szwagrzyk, a historian from IPN, led the search for Polish people killed during the communist period – he gave the victims their names back. Majdan Kozic Górnych, 21 October 1963 After 18 years of conspiracy, Sgt Jozek Franczak, alias Lalek, participant of the September campaign, AK and WiN, was mortally wounded in a firefight against the communist authorities in 1963 He was the last of the “Cursed Soldiers”. After an autopsy, his decapitated body was returned to his family. Occupied Germany, 1947-1950 We will never know exact number of Polish children kidnapped and Germanized in the Lebensborn program We will never know exact number of Polish children kidnapped and Germanized in the Lebensborn program From 1947-1950 Roman Hrabar, a lawyer, led searches in the territory which had been occupied by Germany. From 1947-1950 Roman Hrabar, a lawyer, led searches in the territory which had been occupied by Germany. The enormous work of his team led to the return of over 30,000 Germanized Polish children Unfortunately, due to Cold War relations, this activity was then stopped The British Government did not allow several thousand Polish children to be returned, despite the fact that they were identified They were to remain in German homes or be sent to the UK for adoption. Even today, they are unaware of their Polish origins. They were to remain in German homes or be sent to the UK for adoption. Even today, they are unaware of their Polish origins. At the end of 1955, Polish prisoners started to return from Soviet prisons. Between 1955-1959, from the Eastern Borderlands, over 200,000 Poles were repatriated. Among them were Czesław Niemen and Władysław Kozakiewicz. At the end of 1955, Polish prisoners started to return from Soviet prisons. Between 1955-1959, from the Eastern Borderlands, over 200,000 Poles were repatriated. Among them were Czesław Niemen and Władysław Kozakiewicz. At the end of 1955, Polish prisoners started to return from Soviet prisons. Between 1955-1959, from the Eastern Borderlands, over 200,000 Poles were repatriated. Among them were Czesław Niemen and Władysław Kozakiewicz. For labour workers living under the communist regime, everyday became harder – work norms increased, salaries stagnated, shops were irregularly supplied and this caused unrest amongst Poznań workers. For labour workers living under the communist regime, everyday became harder – work norms increased, salaries stagnated, shops were irregularly supplied and this caused unrest amongst Poznań workers. For labour workers living under the communist regime, everyday became harder – work norms increased, salaries stagnated, shops were irregularly supplied and this caused unrest amongst Poznań workers. In June 1956 the Poznań Protests were led by workers from the Cegielski factories. They marched on the streets, acquired weapons, took control of the prison and tried to conquer the UB office In June 1956 the Poznań Protests were led by workers from the Cegielski factories. They marched on the streets, acquired weapons, took control of the prison and tried to conquer the UB office Soviet commanders from the Polish People’s Army – Rokossowski and Popławski, brutally suppressed the uprising using 400 tanks. Soviet commanders from the Polish People’s Army – Rokossowski and Popławski, brutally suppressed the uprising using 400 tanks. Fighting lasted for three days. One of the victims was a thirteen-year-old boy Romek Strzałkowski. Fighting lasted for three days. One of the victims was a thirteen-year-old boy Romek Strzałkowski. Murderers!, Murderers! Gestapo!, Gestapo! Believing that the Warsaw Treaty with West Germany was popular, the government announced on 12th December 1970 massive price increases to basic foodstuffs. Believing that the Warsaw Treaty with West Germany was popular, the government announced on 12th December 1970 massive price increases to basic foodstuffs. Believing that the Warsaw Treaty with West Germany was popular, the government announced on 12th December 1970 massive price increases to basic foodstuffs. Demonstrations broke out along the Baltic coast and there there were clashes with the militia. Demonstrations broke out along the Baltic coast and there there were clashes with the militia. In Gdańsk the communist party headquarters was set on fire. In Gdynia, the army opened fire on protestors from the shipyards. In Gdańsk the communist party headquarters was set on fire. In Gdynia, the army opened fire on protestors from the shipyards. One of the killed workers was carried on a door panel through Świętojańska St. in the city. Zbyszek Godlewski (fictionised as Janek Wiśniewski) became a symbol of “Black Thursday” One of the killed workers was carried on a door panel through Świętojańska St. in the city. Zbyszek Godlewski (fictionised as Janek Wiśniewski) became a symbol of “Black Thursday” During the night, victims were buried in cemeteries and, for the next few years, their families were persecuted. Violent events also took a place in Szczecin and Elbląg. During the night, victims were buried in cemeteries and, for the next few years, their families were persecuted. Violent events also took a place in Szczecin and Elbląg. During the night, victims were buried in cemeteries and, for the next few years, their families were persecuted. Violent events also took a place in Szczecin and Elbląg. None of the MO, SB, army or PZPR officers were ever sentenced… None of the MO, SB, army or PZPR officers were ever sentenced… Credit from Western countries only calmed down the economic crisis briefly. Food price increases in June 1976 led to more workers’ protests all across the country This time Gierek’s government decided not to use weapons. Clashes took place such as in Ursus, Płock and Radom. This time Gierek’s government decided not to use weapons. Clashes took place such as in Ursus, Płock and Radom. The biggest demonstration took place in Radom and pacification was brutal. Arrested workers were tortured according to the so-called “path of health” by ZOMO and militia officers. Priest Roman Kotlarz was tortured and killed for supporting the demonstrators. Arrested workers were tortured according to the so-called “path of health” by ZOMO and militia officers. Priest Roman Kotlarz was tortured and killed for supporting the demonstrators. In June 1976 cooperation began between the intelligentsia opposition and the workers. In June 1976 cooperation began between the intelligentsia opposition and the workers. n the evening of 16th October 1978, over St. Peter’s square, white smoke rose. A pilgrim from a foreign country had arrived and changed the world. n the evening of 16th October 1978, over St. Peter’s square, white smoke rose. A pilgrim from a foreign country had arrived and changed the world. “I who am a Son of the land of Poland
and who am also Pope John Paul II— I cry from all the depths of this Millennium,
I cry on the vigil of Pentecost: I cry with all of you, Let your Spirit descend.
Let your Spirit descend and renew the face of the earth, the face of this land.” On the third day of protests at Lenin’s Shipyard, the authorities agreed to increase salaries up to 1500 zł. Lech Wałęsa announced the end of the strike. But two activists – Anna Walentynowicz and Alina Pienkowska managed to keep some workers inside the shipyard gates – transforming the strike into a Solidarity strike Pienkowska But two activists – Anna Walentynowicz and Alina Pienkowska managed to keep some workers inside the shipyard gates – transforming the strike into a Solidarity strike During the night of 12th and 13th December, telephones were turned off all across the country. . Radio and TV stopped airing scheduled programs. Groups of ZOMO and SB officers forcibly entered thousands of homes . Radio and TV stopped airing scheduled programs. Groups of ZOMO and SB officers forcibly entered thousands of homes At 6.00 am the speech of gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski has been broadcasted. At 6 a.m. General Jaruzelski’s speech was aired… a war between Poland and Jaruzelski had begun The Jaruzelski’s crow has attacked the Polish eagle. “Lines of painful division are running through every work enterprise and through many Polish homes. The atmosphere of endless conflicts, of misunderstandings and of hatred (..)” After tanks broke through the fence of the occupied mine, ZOMO troops came in. The miners withstood the attack however After tanks broke through the fence of the occupied mine, ZOMO troops came in. The miners withstood the attack however Afterwards ZOMO special troops, armed with machine guns, entered. They opened fire, killing 9 miners and inuring 20 more. The injuries – shots to the back of the heads of strikers, is proof that ZOMO shot to kill… They opened fire, killing 9 miners and inuring 20 more. The injuries – shots to the back of the heads of strikers, is proof that ZOMO shot to kill… They opened fire, killing 9 miners and inuring 20 more. The injuries – shots to the back of the heads of strikers, is proof that ZOMO shot to kill… Wrocław was the strongest bastion of Solidarity. After the start of martial law, this was where Solidarity was born. Joining the strikes was Dr Kornel Morawiecki, who was editor of the Lower Silesia Bulletin He refused to compromise with the communists and viewed conversations in Magdalenka and the Round Table Agreements as a betrayal He refused to compromise with the communists and viewed conversations in Magdalenka and the Round Table Agreements as a betrayal In 2015 Kornel Morawiecki became a Senior Marshall, in the Lower House, where there are no more PUWP’s heirs in the benches of deputies… In 2015 Kornel Morawiecki became a Senior Marshall, in the Lower House, where there are no more PUWP’s heirs in the benches of deputies… Górsk, 19 October 1984 The Security Service tried to repress the Catholic priests who supported Solidarity Father Jerzy Popiełuszko, a staunch anti-communist known for his patriotic speeches, was harassed and bullied. Yet he never stepped back from his duty to God and the Motherland Father Jerzy Popiełuszko, a staunch anti-communist known for his patriotic speeches, was harassed and bullied. Yet he never stepped back from his duty to God and the Motherland He was kidnapped and tortured by SB officers. Still alive, he was tied up and thrown to the Vistula The economic downfall of the People’s Republic of Poland led the communist authorities to “share” their power with the opposition. The economic downfall of the People’s Republic of Poland led the communist authorities to “share” their power with the opposition. From September 1988 at the Council of the Minister’s office in the village of Magdalenka, with a lavishly laid table, dreams about the full independence of millions of Poles were sold-out. From September 1988 at the Council of the Minister’s office in the village of Magdalenka, with a lavishly laid table, dreams about the full independence of millions of Poles were sold-out. “Mr. General, I drink for such a government,
where Lech will be the prime minister, and you will be the minister of the interior.”
– Adam Michnik – Later editor in chief of Gazeta Wyborcza newspaper During the Round Table Agreements and meetings in Magdalenka, the SB murdered priest Stefan Niedzielak Home Army and WiN soldier, initiator of raising a Katyń Cross at Powązki Cemetery. The perpetrators were never found… Home Army and WiN soldier, initiator of raising a Katyń Cross at Powązki Cemetery. The perpetrators were never found… Home Army and WiN soldier, initiator of raising a Katyń Cross at Powązki Cemetery. The perpetrators were never found… Treacherous murders carried on. Father Stanislaw Suchowolec, chaplain of the Bialystok region of the KPN (pol Confederation of Independent Poland) and the Solidarnosc, have died as a result of arson of the vicarage, by so called unknown perpetrators Krynica Morska
11 june 1989 After completing his prison sentence for “attempting to overthrow the Polish political system” sick priest Sylwester Zych was released His remains were then found at the bus station in Krynica Morska. Signs of multiple scathes were found. For eight years, the Government’s spokesman, Jerzy Urban, organized weekly conferences for Western journalists. For eight years, the Government’s spokesman, Jerzy Urban, organized weekly conferences for Western journalists. Until today, he has not stopped his anti-Christian and anti-Polish statements. “If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth” Minister of Third Reich Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels “If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth” Minister of Third Reich Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels The first attempt to identify the communist collaborators and agents of the Security Services was made by Jan Olszewski’s Government and Interior Minister Antoni Macierewicz. The first attempt to identify the communist collaborators and agents of the Security Services was made by Jan Olszewski’s Government and Interior Minister Antoni Macierewicz. . Despite a successful vote, it was then blocked after a motion of no confidence during the so-called “night change”. Despite a successful vote, it was then blocked after a motion of no confidence during the so-called “night change”. The vote of no confidence was approved. Olszewski was replaced by Waldemar Pawlak. Olszewski’s last speech as Prime Minister became a symbol of great patriotism, honor and concern about Poland. The vote of no confidence was approved. Olszewski was replaced by Waldemar Pawlak. Olszewski’s last speech as Prime Minister became a symbol of great patriotism, honor and concern about Poland. The vote of no confidence was approved. Olszewski was replaced by Waldemar Pawlak. Olszewski’s last speech as Prime Minister became a symbol of great patriotism, honor and concern about Poland. Okecie airport, Warsaw
10 april 2010 The 10th of April 2010 marks the 70th anniversary of the Katyn massacre. In the early morning hours, the government plane, Tu-154M ,took off from the airport in Warsaw. On board were Polish President Lech Kaczynski, with his wife, the last president of the free Poland, in exile, Ryszard Kaczorowski, representatives of the Katyn families and veteran organizations, the commanders of the armed forces, members of parliament and senior government officials. At 8.41 am, Polish time, contact with the plane was lost. The Polish blood soaked into the Smolensk soil once more. The described period of the Polish history is only a small fraction of thousand years old history of Poland. The moments of glory interwoven with the moments of defeat. The fragmentation breakdown in the medieval, the wars in the 17th century, the partitions, did not broke down the Polish spirit. In Autumn of 1918 Poland has erupted into existence. The twenty years of independence was born in a bloody war with the Bolsheviks, war with the Ukrainians, fights of the Silesians and the Wielkopolskie voivodeship against the Germans, deceitful Czechs attack fights with Lithuanians, have created a generation of indomitable Columbus The Apocalypse of the World War Two, embellished with a betrayal of allies and millions of victims, the elimination of the elites, never estimated damages and the loss of half of the territory did not destroy the spirit of freedom. The communist governors tried to erase glorious past of Poland, by fighting with the God and moulding a new man. Betrayal in the Magdalenka allowed the red bandits to evade punishment. They claimed high pensions, during the infinitely prolonged court trails, at the same time laughing in the faces of the workers and the opposition activists. What the generations has rebuild from the devastation of the war, the pseudo-Polish government sold off cheaply to the foreign capital. The Red star, was replaced by the stars of the European union. The Polish law was subordinated to the law written by the eurocrats from Brussels. Mysterious suicides, disgraceful acts of law or harassment of young patriots, closed in custody and referred by the foreign owned and Polish speaking mass media as fascists, were a continuation of the fight with the Polishness. As Zbignew Herbet, the prince of the poet wrote : “the seige has been long the foes must replace each other they have nothing in common except a desire to destroy us”
– Mr. Cogito – Report from a Besieged City However, once again it proved that there is no force that would be able to destroy the dream of freedom. In the school history textbooks, the true story of Poland is still missing. Therefore the younger generation learn about the national heroes from other sources like songs, poems, placards at street demonstrations or banners at sport stadiums. Despite harassment, police provocations, attacks of the leftists militias and being prosecuted by the mass media, describing the slogan of our fathers – “God, Honour, Fatherland” – as aggressive, was at the same time causing the number of the Independence March participants to keep on rising. The Polish nation, once again demanded the respect for the values for which fought the past generations. The Polish soul, strong by the faith and sacrifice of the ancestors and the great history can not be enslaved. Honour and glory to the heroes ! Genocide English subtitles by
Bartlomiej Karol Zarzycki excerpt of Jozef Beck speech
English translation from Yale Law School Avalon Project fragment of “Mr. Cogito – The Need for Precision” by Zbigniew Herbert
translated by John Carpenter & Bogdana Carpenter fragment of “Mr. Cogito – Report from a Besieged City” by Zbigniew Herbert
translated by Czeslaw Milosz statement of Helena Wolinska-Brus
printed by The Sunday Times excerpt of Homily by John Paul the 2nd
translated by the Libreria Editrice Vaticana excerpts of gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski speech by
the Foreign Broadcast Information Service Jan Tomasz Gross interview by “Die Welt” orig. the Project Syndicate.
The Guardian – the UK daily newspaper

67 Comments on "Ludobójstwo: Animowany film dokumentalny Arkadiusza Olszewskiego. Genocide [SUBS]"


  1. Wojna najgorsza ZARAZA ludzkości i przykre jest to , że na świecie coraz więcej przybywa podłych ludzi .

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  2. Jestesmy jednym z bardziej uciemiezonych krajow swiata,dlaczego tak bylo I jest,kiedy to sie wrescie skonczy,kiedy prawda bedzie prawda a klamstwo klamstwem,kiedy?!Te patalachy z IZRAELA Francji,Belgii,Niemiec,Rosji,Angli itp. Powinni nam wiazac buty,ahh.

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  3. A taki Duda milion euro tym skurczybykom na ten sztuczny twór Duda sprzedawczyk jak skończy prezdeture niech zamieszka na tej jebanej Ukrainie

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  4. Myślę że to już koniec naszej katorgi,że wystarczająco nasza Ojczyzna i my razem z nią wycierpieliśmy,nie ma takiego Polaka którego rodzina i przodkowie,by nie wylali tytle krwi co żaden inny naród na Świecie,myślę że tak jak wielu przepowiedziało Polska i Polacy swój czyściec przeszli już wystarczająco wiele razy,teraz Polskę trzeba uczynić Wielką Polską,i jak widzę początek został zrobiony,odzyskujemy swoją tożsamość narodową,pamięć historyczną,dumę z naszej historii i godność.Damy radę

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  5. Mam 50 lat nigdy nigdy tak pięknej histori nie widzałem to jest piękne . Bolesne ale piękne . Dziękuje za obronę HONORU MATKI POLSKI I JEJ SYNÓW I CÓREK . Ten film powinien bycz propagowany na cały świat . Werze ze z BOGIEM wam się to uda po trzy krocz brawo

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  6. …pięknie dziękuję. A oczekuje również jak Alicja Kluz cyt. w co najmniej kilku językach dla rozpowszechnienia na świat cały:
    My Polacy historie znamy, w sercu Jej karty zapisane mamy !.
    Pozdrawiam serdecznie:)

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  7. Jestem wstrząśnięta Panie Arkadiuszu. I pomimo, że nie jestem już młoda i znam wojnę z relacji rodziców. Mój Ojciec walczył w Powstaniu Warszawskim. Był w AK Ale o tak wielu tragicznych sprawach nie wiedziałam. Szok, oglądając płakałam, ale dziękuję Panu za ten film. Zasługuje na Oskara.

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  8. Moja Babcia była Ukrainką i musiała uciekać przed Ukraińcami tylko dlatego że ożeniła się z Polakiem niestety ich droga zakończyła się na terenie 3 Rzeszy na robotach ciocia urodziła się w drodze na wozie konnym wojsk w Niemczech Mama w Polsce takie losy Ja pamiętam opowieści dziadka

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  9. nasza historia wybiega na długo niż te 1000 lat
    poczet naszych królów sięga czasów przedchrześcijańskich
    zadajcie sobie pytanie czemu Cezar zawiesił ekspansje na wschód i podbił tylko jak to oni nazywali Germanię

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  10. Zobaczcie ten film zdrajcy z PO i Nowoczesnej oraz Roza Thun coś tam .Obyście nigdy nie zaznali szczęścia Amen . Jesteście tacy sami jak ci zbrodniarze ! Szczując na własną Ojczyznę !!!!!

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  11. Cała nasza historia woła w przyszłość : nie ma po co się poddać, nie ma komu się poddać. Jedyne, co ma sens, to walka. Walka bez nienawiści i zemsty, ale bez białej flagi za pazuchą.

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  12. Mieszkam poza Polska, z checia dalbym pieniadze na tak dobre cele ale troche mnie odstrasza zakladanie konta, rejestracja i zobowiazywanie sie do stalych skladek. Czy istnieje inna metoda na popieranie finansowo?

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  13. Dziekuje za informacje odnosnie mozliwosci wplacenia na konto pay pal- wlasnie wplacilem. Dla zainteresowanych tego typem rodzajem popierania godnej idei, podaje PayPal adres: [email protected]
    Swoim znajomym juz wyslalem info o tym filmie i sposobie wsparcia finansowego.

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  14. Mój dziadek miał 30 lat, gdy zginął zmasakrowany przez Niemców, za ukrywanie dzieci żydowskich. Dziękuję!

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  15. Niech Bóg błogosławi Polskę i Węgry.
    Reszta naszych sąsiadów oraz rzekomych sojuszników to judasze, którzy przy nadarzającej się okazji są gotowi ponownie zdradzić lub wbić nam nóż w plecy.

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  16. Człowieku jesteś WIELKI !!!Świetna robota .Tylko ,że my Polacy to wiemy .Potrzeba nam więcej takich filmów ale w języku angielskim . Leci sub i łapka w górę.

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  17. Jaki sens ma robienie filmu bez tłumaczenia?! Dobry filmy tylko my Polacy to wiemy, trzeba by tumany na zachodzie, bandyci w niemczech i ludzie w USA też dowiedzieli się co agresorzy wyprawiali w Polsce wobec Polaków, w tym dzieci ! BTW Communist Moczar in fact: "Mykoła Demko" murderer of Poles is Ukrainian name!

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  18. Piękny film ale po polsku… My w większości o tym wiemy. Chodzi o to że inne narody nie mają pojącia.

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  19. Brak informacji o przyjęciu polskich dzieci przez szacha Iranu. A jest jaka Brazylia. Ladna wdzięczności:(

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  20. A tak się stało w Markowej 24 marca 1944.

    Józefa Ulmę oraz jego 32-letnią żonę Wiktorię (będącą wówczas w zaawansowanej ciąży). Oboje małżonków zastrzelono na oczach dzieci. Prawdopodobnie w czasie egzekucji Wiktoria zaczęła rodzić, gdyż świadek ekshumacji zeznał później, że po wykopaniu zwłok dostrzegł główkę i piersi noworodka wystające z jej narządów rodnych.

    Po zamordowaniu Ulmów Niemcy zaczęli się zastanawiać, co uczynić z sześciorgiem ich dzieci. Po krótkiej naradzie Dieken polecił, aby również one zostały rozstrzelane. Na oczach polskich woźniców zamordowano 8-letnią Stanisławę, 6-letnią Barbarę, 5-letniego Władysława, 4-letniego Franciszka, 3-letniego Antoniego i półtoraroczną Marię. Trójkę bądź czwórkę dzieci zastrzelił Joseph Kokott, krzycząc przy tym do furmanów: „patrzcie jak giną polskie świnie, które przechowują Żydów”

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  21. Historia lubi się powtarzać. Przyjaciół to my nie mamy, i musimy zbroić się po zęby.

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  22. prof. Jerzy Robert Nowak o roli żydowskich kolaborantów w unicestwieniu własnego narodu
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAcn5cvNTdA

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  23. SERCE KRWAWI….TAKI OGROM CIERPIENIA…FILM POWINIEN IŚĆ W ŚWIAT I BYĆ OGLĄDANY W SZKOŁACH NA LEKCJACH HISTORII.

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  24. Dawać to na angielski język !!! Niech buce przy hamburgerach wiedzą jak było! Choć czasem myślę czy ich to w ogóle obchodzi?

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  25. Mój dziadek miał 8 lat gdy zaczeła się wojna…..chciał uciec z rodziną przed niemcami, gdy uciekali przez pole….Piechota SS zamordowała jego całą rodzinę. W tym dniu stracił rodziców,rodzeństwo…..cudem udało mu się przeżyć wojne. Powiedział mi że Wojna to najgorsza rzecz jaką ludzkość stworzyła. Nigdy nie zapomniał okrucieństwa którego doznał:(

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  26. SIĄŚĆ I PŁAKAĆ ILU NASZYCH POLEGŁO A TERAZ OD POLSKI CHCĄ ODSZKODOWANIE PRZY POMOCY NASZYCH WŁADZ KTÓRE SĄ SŁABE I PRZEKUPNE ZA PACIORKI SPRZEDALI POLSKĘ I POLAKÓW POD PŁASZCZYKIEM DEMOKRACJI ???

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  27. Największa armia podziemna w Europie były oddziały Jugosłowianskie pod dowództwem Tito. Poza tym nsz zabili bardzo dużo naszych rodaków pochodzenia żydowskiego oraz osób związanych z lewica. Poza tym Polacy nie walczyli na wszystkich frontach II wojny światowej np na Pacyfiku. Dużo przeklaman jest niestety

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  28. VIOLENCE SHOULD BE USED FOR GOOD TO FIGHT THE BAD GUYS.

    V FOR VENDETTA!!!!

    LEAVE INNOCENT CIVILIANS ALONE!!!!!!

    Leave that baby alone!!! Inhumane

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  29. Kolejna żałosna masturbacja ludzką tragedią, pełna kłamstw i niedopowiedzeń. Realizacja to już kompletne dno !

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