VeleV wrote:Sure Poland was under occupation and when a German soldier got killed they killed Poles for it but people in Warsaw lived normally!
They did not fear when walking the streets, they had jobs, went to stores, went for coffee, celebrated Christmass normally - ofcourse there were RESTRICTIONS....German districts, Street cars had special GERMAN ONLY seating, Police Hour came in so you couldnt be out past 9 (not all the time!!)
But to say that if you lived a good life you had to be a 'cooliberator' is simply lying!
The Pope worked in a chemical factory during the war was he also a traitor because he made money?
Poles did not fear Germans - Poles feared Russians.
I think you're insane.
Have you heard of the mass executions in the Kampinos forest near Warsaw AT THE START OF THE WAR.
And there were many such executions throughout Poland.
People who the Nazis THOUGHT might cause trouble, like doctors, professors and journalists, were shot.
Quite a few Varsovians were lost this way years before the uprising.
The hell are you on about, you fool?