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Poland's bus disaster of 1994 was a bus crash near Gdańsk involving a commuter bus PKS that veered into a road-side tree. In the accident, 32 people died and 45 were injured.
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Poland bus disaster of 1994
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Poland's bus disaster of 1994 was a bus crash near Gdańsk involving a commuter bus PKS that veered into a road-side tree. In the accident, 32 people died and 45 were injured.
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* Okay, that maybe isn’t really interesting, but i realized it today. In Poland we don’t like Germans. I mean, not all of us, but it’s what majority thinks. And i really appreciate the fact, that we have new anthem after World Wars. Why, you ask? It’s because previous one was written when Poland didn’t exist, and it mentioned two major things: Poland existing in our hearts and the fact, that Germans are assholes. Seriously, half of the lyrics is about kicking Germans out, because they are bad and stuff. I’ll give you an example of a badly translated part: “We won’t let the Germans spit on our face or make our children German” So you know, it would be REALLY awkward in today’s world (as Germany is the biggest economical partner of Poland) to have this anthem as official.
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    What do you think about beginning of World War II with is invasion of Poland by Germany, does Poland have any chance?

    Regarding the British Monarchy - by ancestry they both were and were not British. The royal houses of Europe intermarried so often over the centuries that none of them were truly of any single nationality. Famously, during WW1 George V of England was the cousin of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and also of the Tsarina of Russia. Tsar Nicholas II was also related to George and Wilhelm. However, in their hearts, the Windsors were quite emphatically British. As well as German ancestry, they also had French ancestry, and Danish, and Hungarian, and Spanish, and Dutch ... and just about anyting else you can think of, but that didn't alter their fundamental outlook. In addition, the Windsors were and are constitutional monarchs. They reigned, but they didn't rule. Regarding their name - in 1840, Queen Victoria married her cousin Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. This remained the family name until WW1 when George V, thinking it sounded rather too Germanic, changed it to Winsdor. That was merely a change of label, not a change of fact. Finland did score some considerable early successes against the USSR in the Winter War of 1939/40. This was achieved not simply by their own resourcefulness and heroism, but due to a large level of incompetence on the part of the Soviets, brought on by their over-confidence. In light of what happened later in WW2, it might sound odd to say that the Soviets weren't properly equipped or prepared for a winter campaign, but that's the truth. Indeed, it was through learning lessons from their campaign against the Finns that the Soviets were able to deal such great blows against the Germans later on. However, the Soviets did eventually over-run the Finns, forcing them to sue for peace. The territory ceded by the Finns in 1940 is still Russian to this day. Your attempt to cook up some wild conspiracy theory concerning the Freemasons is something I will treat with the contempt it deserves. It's right up there with Elvis isn't dead, and Apollo 11 never landed on the moon. Regarding Poland specifically - it's probably true that they had little chance against the Germans. Or indeed against the Soviets, who also invaded Poland in 1939. The slice of Poland seized by the Soviets was never returned to the Poles. Today, it lies mostly in Belarus. Poland was only re-created in 1919, after a centuries-long absence from the map of Europe. Almost immediately she found herself in a war for survival against the Soviets. She held out, but at great cost. In particular, her economy was shot to hell, which made the task of building up an entire country almost from scratch a long and difficult one. They were thus technologically inferior to the Germans, and numerically inferior to the Soviets - and when invaded by both they stood little to no chance.
    Regarding the British Monarchy - by ancestry they both were and were not British. The royal houses of Europe intermarried so often over the centuries that none of them were truly of any single nationality. Famously, during WW1 George V of England was the cousin of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, and also of the Tsarina of Russia. Tsar Nicholas II was also related to George and Wilhelm. However, in their hearts, the Windsors were quite emphatically British. As well as German ancestry, they also had French ancestry, and Danish, and Hungarian, and Spanish, and Dutch ... and just about anyting else you can think of, but that didn't alter their fundamental outlook. In addition, the Windsors were and are constitutional monarchs. They reigned, but they didn't rule. Regarding their name - in 1840, Queen Victoria married her cousin Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. This remained the family name until WW1 when George V, thinking it sounded rather too Germanic, changed it to Winsdor. That was merely a change of label, not a change of fact. Finland did score some considerable early successes against the USSR in the Winter War of 1939/40. This was achieved not simply by their own resourcefulness and heroism, but due to a large level of incompetence on the part of the Soviets, brought on by their over-confidence. In light of what happened later in WW2, it might sound odd to say that the Soviets weren't properly equipped or prepared for a winter campaign, but that's the truth. Indeed, it was through learning lessons from their campaign against the Finns that the Soviets were able to deal such great blows against the Germans later on. However, the Soviets did eventually over-run the Finns, forcing them to sue for peace. The territory ceded by the Finns in 1940 is still Russian to this day. Your attempt to cook up some wild conspiracy theory concerning the Freemasons is something I will treat with the contempt it deserves. It's right up there with Elvis isn't dead, and Apollo 11 never landed on the moon. Regarding Poland specifically - it's probably true that they had little chance against the Germans. Or indeed against the Soviets, who also invaded Poland in 1939. The slice of Poland seized by the Soviets was never returned to the Poles. Today, it lies mostly in Belarus. Poland was only re-created in 1919, after a centuries-long absence from the map of Europe. Almost immediately she found herself in a war for survival against the Soviets. She held out, but at great cost. In particular, her economy was shot to hell, which made the task of building up an entire country almost from scratch a long and difficult one. They were thus technologically inferior to the Germans, and numerically inferior to the Soviets - and when invaded by both they stood little to no chance.
    Militarily Poland stood no chance against Germany but in the preceding months leading up to the war, Poland was betrayed by many people and countries acting in their own interest. Poland should have negotiated with Germany 1 on 1 without any outside interference and a deal could have been made because Hitler's desires were not unreasonable. Poland was not ready for war in 1939 because they had cut back on their military so that they would have the funds to industrialize. They would have needed another 3-5 years before they could have put up a stiff defense that could have at least led to a stalemate against Germany.
    poland had no chance beating germany ("one Polish historian " - he aint an historian - to be an historian you need fact to support your claims- all he does is make claims) yes the windsors surname was originally saxe coberg gotha (they changed it during WW1 to make it sound more british as regards "britishness" (but it gets worse- - queen vic married albert (an austrian I think) whose surname was saxe coburg gotha - so ALL her children were 1/2 austrian The king of the UK during WW! was george 5 and was grandson of queen victoria - HIS mother was danish _ HE married Keiser 2 was leader of germany during WW1 and was ALSO a grandson of queen victoria so george 5 and keiser 2 were cousins Tsar nicholas was tsar of russia during WW1 - HE was married to alexandra - SHE was a granddaughter ot queen vistoria SO HE awas related to george 5 and keiser 2 by marriage THAT means that during WW1 the leaders of the 3 of the 4 main combatant countries were all related Current queen of UK married philip HE was born in greece and had danish parents (remember- queen's great grandfather was george5 (whos grandfather was austrian) and HIS wife's father was german) so you have a current uk "royal family" who aint even 1/2 "british" makes the family's claim to being "british" just laughable
    The Polish problem began with the "three colonels" junta which truly ran the country. They harboured fantasies of seizing land in the west up to the Oder R. They were reluctant to seriously entertain the very reasonable Nazi requests: 1. Return the Free City of Danzig (Gdansk) to Germany which had been stripped from it by the 1919 Treaty of Versailles that formally ended conflict between Germany & the Allied Powers. Polish economic interests in the region would be guaranteed, & generously. 2. Allow Germany access to Ostpreussen (East Prussia) by an extra-territorial rail line & two-lane highway. Germany would guarantee the so-called "Polish Corridor" & all of Poland's status. That is, permanent & final recognition of each nation's borders. Germany also offered a German-Polish military alliance against the Soviet Union. The long-term intent of this was to invade & destroy the U.S.S.R. By being able to start a full 600 km. further east than Unternehmen Barbarossa (Operation Red Beard) did in 1941, & aided by the 2,5 million-strong Polish military (40 divisions, over 1100 tanks & 400 aircraft), Leningrad & Moscow would have been reached in mere weeks instead months & victory would have been a virtual certainty. Overall, the Poles hitched their wagon to the wrong train in 1939. As Churchill once said "There are few virtues that the Poles do not possess & there are few errors they have ever avoided." No nation suffered more than Poland in WWII. It lost more than 20% of its population & subsisted under the Soviet knout for almost 45 years after the war. The intransigence of three men, encouraged by the unconstitutional "guarantee" given by Chamberlain led directly to the bloodiest, most costly war the world has borne to date.
    What happened in Poland was their own fault. They refused to negotiate access through the corridor where ethnic Germans in Danzig and East Prussia could be protected by Gernany from the savage treatment inflicted on them by Poland. Whether or not the real estate belonged to Germany or not, there were still ethnic Germans living in isolation away from the protections they should have had from Germany. The "invasion" of Poland came only after Hitler had had enough of the murdering of Germans by Poland. Had Poland negotiated with Germany on access through the corridor instead of listening to Britain's guarantees of protection, there would never have been a problem in the first place.
    Is it easier to cross from Poland to Germany or from Poland to Belarus?

    Belarus is a normal European country. Better motorways than many EU member-states (much better than Croatia, Bulgaria or Romania). The problem is politically, Westernoids do not accept independent and sovereign leaders.
    Defiantly easier to get into Germany, because of EU. Although if you are a Pole you will have easier time getting into Belarus than a non-neighbor, Belarus is well known for mostly giving visitation rights to mostly neighboring nations. Eastern Europeans like Poles and Russians will have easier time getting visa into Belarus than Germans or Brits and Americans will have even harder time.
    Belarus is more difficult to enter. In fact it is one of the most difficult countries in the whole world to get a visa for. "Belarus remains a blank spot on the map for many foreigners. A mere 137,000 tourists visited the country in 2013—twenty-one times fewer than the number who visited tiny Estonia. Onerous visa requirements, combined with an underdeveloped service industry, undermine the country’s efforts to attract foreign visitors." https://belarusdigest.com/story/why-do-s...
    Poland 1 N.Ireland 0: Poland deserved to win do you agree?

    Of course they deserved to win, they totally dominated the game. They could of easily won by 3-4 goals had they taken the many chances they created. Poland have a very good team, with several very good players.
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    Poland and Canada joined in 1992 and 1994 respectively. Polonia y el Canadá se adhirieron al Memorando en 1992 y 1994, respectivamente.
    Cases Tysiac vs. Poland, R.R. vs. Poland and P. and S. vs. Poland represent each premise for legal abortion with the whole possible range of obstacles to access it. Las causas Tysiac c. Polonia, R.R. c. Polonia y P. y S. c. Polonia representan cada supuesto de aborto legal con todos los posibles obstáculos para acceder al aborto.
    That would make it the second costliest earthquake in terms of insured losses since California's 1994 Northridge quake and the world's 11th most expensive natural disaster since 1970. Ello lo convertiría en el segundo terremoto más costoso de la historia en términos de pérdidas aseguradas desde el sismo de Northridge en California en 1994 y en el décimo primer desastre natural más caro desde 1970.
    Two similar cases (R.R. v. Poland and Z. v. Poland) were pending before the Court and the domestic courts had heard two landmark cases on liability for wrongful birth. Dos causas similares (R. R. c. Polonia y Z. c. Polonia) están pendientes de resolución ante el mismo Tribunal y los tribunales nacionales han conocido de dos causas históricas sobre responsabilidad por nacimiento indebido.
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