Poland The Unconquered

Short Film: Poland – the Unconquered

If you are not familiar with recent Polish history during World War II and later, then watch this short video that explains it very well through great animations of Poland’s fight for freedom against the Germans and Soviets.

“Because we do not beg for freedom, we fight for it.”

– General Witold Urbanowicz / 303 Squadron commander

If you speak Polish, then there’s also a Polish version for you:

The film was made by the Institute of National Remembrance (Instytut Pamięci Narodowej), a Polish government agency.

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Paul Tomaszewski

Paul Tomaszewski is a science & tech writer as well as a programmer and entrepreneur. He is the founder and editor-in-chief of CosmoBC. He has a degree in computer science from John Abbott College, a bachelor's degree in technology from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, and completed some business and economics classes at Concordia University in Montreal. While in college he was the vice-president of the Astronomy Club. In his spare time he is an amateur astronomer and enjoys reading or watching science-fiction. You can follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter.

3 thoughts on “Short Film: Poland – the Unconquered”

  1. Thank you for posting. My maternal grandparents left Silesia. Silesia was invaded by the Russians, then the Germans, then the Russians again. It was the first location assigned to the Dirlewanger Brigade. The town from which my grandfather came was completely destroyed.

    I asked my aunt why we never heard from our relatives in Poland after thinking about how my father corresponded and visited with his family in Sweden. She told me that after WWII, she and my mother wrote and were begged not to write again because it was too dangerous.

    I thank God every day that I was born in the US. God protects His fools and children, but we’re asking a lot of Him when we teach our children Marxism.

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