Germany says it has a right to a homeland ......in Poland

Biped

LE
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#2
UN-FUCKING-BELIEVABLE!!!!!

After committing the world's greatest genocide, invading all of Europe and getting to within a hairs-breadth of taking Russia and the UK, the are now complaining that the Polish weren't very nice to their people because they expelled them from the new Poland after Germany got defeated.

These box-heads need to think very carefully about how the Polish COULD have treated them. They could, for example, have put the Germans into ghettos, before literally carting them off to concentration camps with gas chambers.

I think that if the box-heads kick off in Europe just once more, we should make the place uninhabitable for the next 20,000 years, by anyone, and completely exterminate these fcuker in the process.

Once - put it down to ambition.
Twice - it's getting rather annoying.
Three times? Three strikes and you're out.
 
#3
It depends on when you drew the borders. There was a time when most of what is now Poland used to be Germany.

Having said that, there was a time when the court of England spoke French. Did you know that Queen Victoria only spoke German when she took the throne? She had to learn English.

Still, it will give the economy a much needed boost.
 
#4
Farmerbleep said:
It depends on when you drew the borders. There was a time when most of what is now Poland used to be Germany.

Having said that, there was a time when the court of England spoke French. Did you know that Queen Victoria only spoke German when she took the throne? She had to learn English.

Still, it will give the economy a much needed boost.
Germany didn't exist until ca. 1871, so I don't think the cheeky buggrs have too much of a claim.

The Prussians on the other hand....
 
#5
The Boxheed gobment, like all other gobments is looking for anything to draw attention away from their colossal cock-ups.

If you take a butcher's here: http://www.bund-der-vertriebenen.de/, you'll see that the Federation of Displaced Boxheeds has been saying this all along and at the same time has been screwing loadsa dosh out of the gobment for yonks. It was they who started the "Dreigeteilt - Niemals!" campaign in the early Sixties, which the NPD (von Thadden) Nazi party picked up on to such effect.

It says something for their influence, however, that displaced Boxheeds are now in the third and fourth generation and still claiming dosh.

MsG
 
#6
They should try taking Koenigs...I mean Kaliningrad back off the Russkies if they want a new Ostland! 'Cept Berlin would get an SS-18 up the bracket so they pick on the Poles instead...
 
#8
Bugsy said:
It says something for their influence, however, that displaced Boxheeds are now in the third and fourth generation and still claiming dosh.
Poor refugees in their camps... moment of silence
 
#9
Here we go again the German version of Golf, first drive to the East then finish up in a Bunker.
 
#10
This is electioneering. There will be a federal election in Germany in September. The CDU are trying to score a few early points by courting the right-ish pressure groups and attempting to deflect the far right parties who are more likely to pick up votes in what was the old East Germany.

Merkel and the CDU are not after the restoration of Silesia, Pomerania etc. Part of the price that the USSR extracted for permitting German re-unification was that Berlin formally recognise the post 1945 borders and abandon any residual claims to lands that it lost in 1918 and 1945.
 
#12
Invicta said:
Merkel and the CDU are not after the restoration of Silesia, Pomerania etc. Part of the price that the USSR extracted for permitting German re-unification was that Berlin formally recognise the post 1945 borders and abandon any residual claims to lands that it lost in 1918 and 1945.
Are you sure about that, mucker? As far as I understand it, all those issues were officially regulated between 1963 and 1973. See here for a timeline:

http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php...Ostvertraege.PNG&filetimestamp=20070325135603

But I could be wrong

MsG
 

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LE
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#13
#14
Invicta said:
Merkel and the CDU are not after the restoration of Silesia, Pomerania etc. Part of the price that the USSR extracted for permitting German re-unification was that Berlin formally recognise the post 1945 borders and abandon any residual claims to lands that it lost in 1918 and 1945.
Who did they agree that with though? The UN or just the USSR?
 
#16
Could Ms Merkell work for England instead, we could also have large lumps of France back as well, should we push for compensation and reclaim trench rents?

RCGJ
 
#17
Push comes to shove, theres a debt to be paid.

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Polish Fighter Squadron badge on the left (white circle with red stripes). No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron.Squadron is famous for claiming the highest number of enemy (German Luftwaffe) kills during the Battle of Britain of all fighter squadrons then in operation through September to October 1940.The squadron was disbanded in December 1946
 
#18
Bugsy said:
Invicta said:
Merkel and the CDU are not after the restoration of Silesia, Pomerania etc. Part of the price that the USSR extracted for permitting German re-unification was that Berlin formally recognise the post 1945 borders and abandon any residual claims to lands that it lost in 1918 and 1945.
Are you sure about that, mucker? As far as I understand it, all those issues were officially regulated between 1963 and 1973. See here for a timeline:

http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php...Ostvertraege.PNG&filetimestamp=20070325135603

But I could be wrong

MsG
Not wrong just incomplete - your post, not you... :wink:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German-Polish_Border_Treaty_(1990)

The German-Polish Border Treaty of 1990 finally settled the issue of the Polish-German border, which in terms of international law had been pending since 1945. It was signed by the foreign ministers of Poland and Germany, Krzysztof Skubiszewski and Hans-Dietrich Genscher, on 14 November 1990, ratified by the Polish Sejm on 26 November 1990 and the German Bundestag on 16 December 1991, and entered into force with the exchange of the instruments of ratification on 16 January 1992.
 
#19
They have a point.

Not sure why everyone has a downer on the Nazi party, on the whole they were just a bit misunderstood
 
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