Skip to comments.Animated History of Poland (FULL VERSION VIDEO - 8 minutes)
Posted on 08/04/2010 3:30:43 PM PDT by lizol
An animated film about the history of Poland made by Oscar nominee Tomasz Baginski. It was one of the attractions of the Polish exhibition at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.
must see later.
That was awesome, put a lump in my throat just watching it.
It's especially nice to see a country who still can celebrate their history and heritage.
Nice, but it gives the impression that the Polish history mainly is about different wars and being a victim.
Sadly, that is the truth, but I wouldn't look at it as being a victim, but fighting and ultimately overcoming adversity...and in the end prevailing as shown in the end with Warsaw's modern-day skyline, a true Phoenix literally rising from the ashes.
They should add a few seconds concerning how the Kenyan manchild sold them down the river to the Soviets.
Sent to Polish relatives, thanks.
Well living between two of the most belligerent governments of all time sorta puts them in the cross hairs doesn’t it?
It’s a country that literally disappeared off the map for 150 years, devoured by its neighbors.
Neat animation. Thanks!
Nice, except it completely glossed over the 50 years of suffering under Commie Soviet scum.
Very nicely done. The WWII sequence, which moves rapidly from concentration camp to Battle of Britain dogfight to the Nazi banners falling from the buildings - it fills the heart with hope. And not a small amount of awe.
It reminded my of this Hovis Bread ad that summed up the last 100 years in Britain.
I actually got misty in some places.
Those guys are definitely made of sterner stuff than we are.
Great people,smart, hardworking, patriotic, need more of them and less riffraff from the Middle east and Africa.
God bless Poland and her people
Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna!
I really like his “Grunwald commercial” as well - short, but brilliant.
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