ITT: Your honest opinion about Poland and Polish people
My friends and I usually say to slut girls that they're easier than Poland is to conquer
the only thing we know about Poland is that they've always been at war, and losing it (it's what we learn about Poland at school)
pathetically average country, uninspiring history and culture(unless you find MUH HONOR, defitism and victim syndrome inspiring), never in history achieved anything of relevance, not rich but not that poor(compared to africa)
most of Poles are disgusting nationalists, xenophobic, homophobic, racist
Poland will never be a developed country because the dominant mindset of Polish people is caring only about oneself and maybe family too, it's really pathetic considering the fact most of Poles describe themselves as "patriots" when in reality instead of building the national wealth they are just going to steal, leech and evade taxes
I like Polish Hussars but I don't know much about Poland.
I like the ones I meet here.
Usually don't know how to handle money and generally cool people to share a smoke with.
Though they always cheat if they are construction workers. Even if actually doing it right would be easier they somehow fuck something up.
Meh. Met a couple and they seemed nice enough. If memory serves you guys were handed around European countries more than a white girl at a Cologne railway station though, not exactly a proud history
>b-but muh Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
>it's what we learn about Poland at school
Are you for real, that's total BS. Poland won most of it's wars in history, an it is the country that has fought most wars in Europe after Great Britain.
And the Nazis didn't have it easy in the September Campaign, they had many losses in life and especially armour/airplanes.
>not exactly a proud history
>>b-but muh Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
That's because you're ignorant of it, it shows.
Actually even since the early middle ages, the Polish Kingdom was quite a powerful and successful regional state, even before the defeat of the Teutonic Order and the Lublin Unification.
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth lasted for more than 200 years.
>polish people losing all the wars
HOW when it is the opposite, we won most of our wars.
>being prone to surrender (kinda like France)
Ironic when it was always the other way around. Counting the Polish uprisings against Russian Empire. Also that during WW2: Poland (state) never surrendered to Germany, only Warsaw (city); had at times the largest resistance in Nazi occupied lands; Poles were the those who fought for the longest longest amount of time since 1939 to 1945 of all the Allies...
We were just sold and forgotten in the end. It's a great injustice to us.
You said again?
This one's better.
Not together with Hitler, Poland didn't sign the Munich Agreement, it was a "separate" action.
We only retook those lands which Czechoslovakia took from us (Polish majority) in 1919-20 when we were fighting off the Bolshevik invasion in the east.
It wasn't really a smart PR move, and most Polish historians agree.
The 7TP was better than most German tanks in the September Campaign of 1939(!). It outclassed Panzer I & II, was compatible to Panzer III and could destroy even Panzer IV (prototype then).
It used worlds first diesel engine, modern communications, and the evolutionary Gundlach periscope.
I see, thanks for helping knowing more of such an unknown country m8
Wouldn't mind visiting Poland. A little bit afraid that they're kind of like Russians where they're angry or seem angry all the time, but on the other hand the girls might be really cute.