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To: hunter112
The time to settle up is right after the war, and events that occur some sixty years later should have had the reparations figured into them.

The Poles would have loved to have settled up after the war. Unfortunately, the Soviet Union wouldn't let them.

113 posted on 06/21/2007 3:14:56 PM PDT by curiosity
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To: curiosity
The Poles would have loved to have settled up after the war. Unfortunately, the Soviet Union wouldn't let them.

Very true. Another negative effect of not taking Patton's advice, and knocking off the Russkies when they were down, and we were coming on strong.

126 posted on 06/21/2007 6:01:04 PM PDT by hunter112 (Change will happen when very good men are forced to do very bad things.)
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To: curiosity; hunter112

Well, in the relation to Germany, Poland got a settlement: one third of Germany´s territory (of 1937). It´s not Germany´s fault that the Soviets took about the same size of Poland´s East. They should complain in Moscow, not Berlin.


142 posted on 06/21/2007 11:38:07 PM PDT by Michael81Dus
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