Sunday, September 1, 2019

80th anniversary of WWII: September 1939 and its consequences for Poland

Why is it so difficult for the West to understand how big a catastrophe September 1939 was for Poles and how far-reaching its consequences were? The history of twentieth-century Poland is not only difficult, but it is also an uncomfortable topic for the leading countries in the world. - writes Wojciech Roszkowski in The Washington Post on Sunday. 

Mr. Roszkowski is a history professor, an economist and member of the European Parliament.

His article titled: September 1939 and its consequences for Poland can be found in an E-replica.