What does the argument about the Polish family have in common in the context of the discussion about the OUN in 1941? Only Polish resentment.
No knowledge, which you confirmed with WM opinion about Kuklinska's poor book - "because I like it" - or Munich agreement. No critical look, no contact with archival documents - only internet sources at WM-vision. Even Ringelblum docs off the topic activity of the OUN in "Selbstreninigungsaktion" in Lemberg.
No use argumentum ad personam - because it proves a lack of historical knowledge to pick on the person of the debater - only about the post, poor VM-man obsessed with anti-Ukrainianism and anti-Semitism.
I give always the source more clearly and refers to scientific monographs, and don't write pseudo-historical emotional screeds - WM ignorance is visible every now and then. I will never answer this ignorant person again, no matter how WM will provoke me to answer.
WRITE ABOUT "Ukrainian National Organizations 1941" - this is the basic rule of this forum - on subject without discussion about everything under yours "only right" thesis.
Thanks for the link - interesting author of academical articles - but he has filled with typical hipster obsession about fascism and fascist - it's easier that way.Steve wrote: ↑18 Nov 2022 00:12The OUN apparently considered all Jews to be communists. The claim is regularly made that the Jews had welcomed the communists and no doubt some had but so had Ukrainians and Byelorussians. it is worth trying to work out if claims of Jews in particular being communist sympathisers have any foundation in fact. [...]
I am sure this link will interest you Orlov.
https://archive.org/stream/GrzegorzRoss ... 4_djvu.txt
Thanks for the next link - Jeffrey S. Kopstein and Jason Wittenberg are astute historians.Steve wrote: ↑18 Nov 2022 00:12If you want to know who voted communist in pre war Poland this link will tell you.
https://cpb-us-e2.wpmucdn.com/faculty.s ... munist.pdf
Probably, however, it will not be possible to return to the main topic of discussion because of an ignorant person breaking up a sensible discussion. Please although you do not succumb to the shallows of discussions not about the OUN 1941- you can always make a new topic about the "overrepresentation of Jews" or other equally intriguing topics.