Only German care is visible whereas Polish care remains invisible. Sophisticated manipulation sells out German care as Polish one.
600 NECROPOLISES LEFT WITHOUT INTEREST, SO CALLED ‘POLISH CARE’ WITHOUT ANY DOCUMENTATION, ORGANISATION OR COORDINATION. AT LEAST 90 % OF Polish forces graves in Germany need Polish intervention.
Year 2003 we are waiting for the first visit of a Polish Member of Parliament in Polish forces necropolis in germany Our „pantheons of glory” in Germany are in fact M O N T E r u b b i s h
Within 13 years we have been tirelessly and without any visible effect informing about tragic and scandalous standing of soldiers buried in Germany of 1st Polish Armoured Division, prisoners of war of 1939 and Home Army(AK) ( in other words “Dead Bodies” of Polish Forces). Our effort has been like marching through the “Polish gutter.”
We have been informing about the gravestones of the Polish Forces with Wehrmacht insignias on them, devastated graves under a bench or commentary path, weathered or illegible inscriptions under the Soviet Army cemetery lawns. We have also notified that instead of being buried at military cemeteries, Polish soldiers rest scattered thoughtlessly at cemeteries for “Zwangsarbeiters” people of different nations and sexes.
The graves without military inscriptions, often without names, nicknames.
Only voluntaries have been searching for and have successfully found the lost graves of their friends. What has Polish administration done about it? NOTHING
Without spiritual care. Since the end of World War II, without any interest, a Polish flower or candle. Who of MPs of People’s Republic of Poland or representatives of Polish Forces has appeared there? Scandal has been glossed over for years and reports manipulated by officers of national memory and MARTYDOM COUNCIL (Rada Pamięci Walk i Męczeństwa). How is it possible that the Germans can look after their graves? They have been able to find the remains of their war victims even in Stalingrad and they have also established their military cemeteries in Poland.
It has been already founded the 8th cemetery for 100,000 dead German soldiers. And WHERE are Polish military cemeteries in Germany? Scandal is being concealed.
In1993 we filed a complaint to the Polish Republic Parliament. We addressed it to SEVERAL HUNDREDS of Members of Parliament. Only nine of them answered.
Politicians seem to be interested in Polish soldiers as far as the dead are not mentioned. It is a common knowledge that dead bodies cannot gain them any profit. So they limit their promotion of Polish issue to effective and spectacular remarks about Polish soldiers fighting on international battle-fields. Such an attitude may be traced in the address of Cimoszewicz / former history researcher of WKP(b) / who writes in NATO Review, April 1996:
“ Several times in the past the Poles showed that they were excellent soldiers – they proved that fighting at British, Canadian and American side during the Second World War .” Yet, when a representative of PSL – Marian Michalski – appealed the prime minister Cimoszewicz in June 1996 saying that the dead Polish soldiers rest in Wehrmacht graves Cimoszewicz did not answer, remaining adamant. Did not the appeal concern those “excellent soldiers” praised by Cimoszewicz? His contradictory attitudes prove that being a politician is the dirties profession in the world.
The following individuals have been informed a few times or even a few dozen t about the present standing of Polish Forces tombs in Germany:
Presidents of the III Republic of Poland and Polish Army supervisors – Wałęsa and Kwaśniewski, prime ministers – Oleksy, Pawlak, Cimoszewicz, Buzek, Miller
Speakers of Polish Parliment: Struzik, Zych, Plażyński, Alicja Grześkowiak, Borowski, Pastusiak
Representatives, senators , institutions and other professional patriotic elites:
Jerzy Szmajdziński (since 1993), Bronisław Komorowski (since 1993)- both in person, J. Onyszkiewicz, Labuda, Waniek, Marek Siwiec, Moczulski, Leszek Miller, Urbańczyk, Taylor- kombatant ur. w 1939 r.,Dobroński, Geremek, Moczulski, Ikonowicz, Władysław Adamski, Abgarowicz, Ajchler, Antochowski, Aszkielowicz, Aumiller, Balazs, Jolanta Banach, Banas, Bańkowska, Basta, Baszczyński, Beger, Bielan, Biliński, Biernacki, Błaszczyk, Blida, Jadw. Bloch, Blochowiak, Błońska-Fajfrowska, Bolek, Bomba, Bonda, Borawski, Borczyk, Brachmański, Bratkowski, Brzeziński, Budkiewicz, Budner, Budnik, Bogdan Bujak, Boleslaw Bujak, Władysław Bujak, Bułka, Bury, Byra, Cepil, Ceranka, Chaladaj, Chlebowski, Chojnacki, Ciborowska, Ciemniak, Ciruk, Ciesielski, Cieslak, Curylo, Cybulski, Cymański, Czajczyński, Czechowski, Czepulkowski, Czerniawski, A.Czerwinski, J. Czerwinski, Czykwin, Dancewicz, Danielak, Deptula, Derech-Krzycki, Deregowski, Derwich, Diakonow, Dlugoborski, Dlugosz, Dobrosz, Domaradzki, Dorn, Dulias, Dutka, Dyduch, Drzewiecki, Dzikowski, Jerzy Dziewulski, Zb. Dziewulski, Falfus, Fedorowicz, Figlus, Filipek, Florek, Fogler, Franczak, Gadzinowski, Gajda, Gajecka-Bozek, Gintowt-Dziewaltowski, Glazewski, Gawin, Gawłowski, Gibula, Roman Giertych, Gizynski, Gladkowski, Gliniecki, Glowa, Głębocki, Gorczyca, Gorzelańczyk, Gorna-Kubacka, Górniak, Gosiewski, Grabałowski, Grabarczyk, Grabek, Grela, Grodzicki, Gramala, Grad, Gras, Graszka, Grobel-Proszowska, G. Gruszka, J. Gruszka, Grzebisz – Nowicka, Grzesik, Grzyb, Gudowski, Gućwińska, Halber, Hatka, Herman, Hausner, Hayn, Hertel, Hojarska, Barbara Hyła, Iwaniec, Iwiński, Jagieliński, Jagiełło, Aleksandra Jakubowska, Janas, Janicki, Ewa Janik, Ewa Maria Janik, Krzysztof Janik, E. Jankowska, Jerzy Jankowski, Zdz. Jankowski, Gabriel Janowski, Jarmoliński, Jarmuziewicz, Jaruga-Nowacka, Jasinski, Jaskiernia, Jurecki, Jurek, Jurgiel, Jurgielaniec, M. Kaczmarek, Kalemba Wiesł.Kaczmarek, Kaleta, Jaroslaw Kalinowski, St. Kalinowski, Ryszard Kalisz, Michal Kamiński, Mariusz Kamiński, Kaniewski, Miecz. Kasprzak, Kasza, Kasznia, Katna, Kisieliński, Kizinska, Klich, Klimek, Klukowski, Kłopotek, Knapik, Kobielusz, Kochanowski, Kocjan, Konarski, Kopeć, Korwin – Mikke, Korzeniowski, Kossakowski, Kotlinowski, Kowalik, Stan. Kowalczyk, Bron. Kowalska, B. Kozlowska, Kozlowski, Kralkowska, Miecz. Krajewski, Krasicka-Domka, Krason, Al.Krawczuk, Kruk, Krupa, Krutczenko, Krutul, Kuchczynski, Krysiewicz, Krzywicki, Kubica, Kufel, Kulej, Kuropatwiński, Kurpiewski, Zbigniew Kuzmiuk, Kwiatkowski, D. Kwaśniewska, Kwaśniewski (jako posel), Łączny, Łapiński, Laskowski, Lemański, Lepper, B. Lewandowski, J. Lewandowski, M. Lewandowski, Lewicka – Łegowska, Liberadzki, Libicki, Lipiński, Lisak, Liss, Lopuszański, Łuczak, Lukacijewska, Luśnia, Luszczyńska, Łybacka, W. Łyzwińska, St.Łyźwiński, Mackala, Malachowski, Wit Majewski, Maksymowicz, Maksymiuk, Malinowski, Maliszewski, Mamiński, Manicki, Maniura, Mańka, Maraszek, Marczewski, Marianowska, Markowski, Martyniuk, Marzec, Masłowska, Mateja, Matusiak, Matyjek, Mazurkiewicz, Męźydło, Michalak, Michalski, Mierzejewska, Miodowicz, Mioduszewski, Milner, Młynarczyk, Modzelewski, Mojzeszowicz, Motowidlo, Murias, Murynowicz, Murzyn, Musial, Musielak, Muszynski, Müller, Myler, Nalęcz, Namysło, Nieporęt, Niewiarowski, Nikolski, Irena Nowacka, Nowaczyk, Kaz. Nowak, M.Nowak, R. Nowak, Zb. Nowak, Nowiak, Józef Nowicki, Roman Nowicki, Nowina – Konopacka, Nycz, Okonski, Oldakowski, Olechowska, Olejniczak, Olewinski, Jan Olszewski, Andrzej Olszewski, Marek Olszewski, Orkisz, Osik, Jan, M. Olszewski, M. Ostrowska, Otreba, Owoc, Pająk, Panek, Paniec, Papiez, Parchanski, Pasternak, Paturalska, Pastusiak, Pawełek, Marek Pawlak, Mirosł.Pawlak, Stan.Pawlak, Regina Pawłowska, Pęczak, Pęk, Pękala, Piecha, Piechociński, Piechota, Piecha, Elzb. Piela –Mielczarek, Pietrzyk, K. Piekarska, Pijanowska, Piłat, Piłka, A.Piotrowski, Piskorski, Plewa, Plocke, Plazyński, Plonka, Podraza, Pogoda, Danuta Polak, Poncyljusz, Pojda, Pol, Polaczek, Polański, Potępa, Poniznik, Potulski, Protasiewicz, Prządka, Radziszewska, Ratman, Rohde, Rojszyk, Rokita, Romero, Rozański, Rusznica, Rutkowski, Rybicki, Rydzon. Rzymelka, Samborski, Sas, Sauk, M. Sawicki, Schetyna, Sekuła, Siekierski, Siemiątkowski, Sienko, Sierakowska, Sitek, Skomra, Skowera, Skutecki, Słomski, Smolana, Smoleń, Sobótka, Sokołowska, J. Sosnowska, A. Sosnowski, Zb. Sosnowski, Ewa Spychalska, Aleksandra Spychalska, Stachowicz, Stasiewski, Stec, Stefaniuk, Stepień, Strąk, Struzik, Stryjak, Stryjewski, Stryjska, Stuligrosz, Suchecki, Suski, Szarama, Szczesny – Zarzycki, Szczyglo, Szczypinski, Szejnfeld, Szkop, Joanna Senyszyn, Szrajber, Szteliga, Sztwiertnia, Szumilas, Szumska, Szustak, Szwarc, Szweda, Lech Szymańczyk, Jan Szymański, Zygm. Szymański, Szynalska, Szyszkowski, Sledzińska-Katarasińska, Sleziak, Swierzawski, Talaga, Tober, Jan Tomala, Józef Tomala, Tad.Tomaszewski, Tomczykiewicz, Towalewska, Tuderek, Turkiewicz, Donald Tusk, Tyma, Tuszyński, Uczkiewicz, Ujazdowski, Ulicki, Umiński, Tad. Urban, Walczyńska-Rechmal, Walendziak, Wenderlich, Wiatr, Zbign.Wieczorek, Widuch, Wiercioch, Wikiński, Wilczyńska, Winiarczyk-Kossakowska, Wisniowska, Witaszek, Wittbrodt, Wnuk, Janusz Wojciechowski, Wojtalik, Wojtkowiak, Wojtyla, Wołowicz, Wontor, Wos, Woźny, Wójcik, Wrzodak, Wycisło, Zaciura, Zagórny, Andrzej Zając, Tad. Zając, Zakrzewski, Zalewska, Zaremba, Zarzycki, Zawiła, Zawisza, Zbryzny, Zbikowski, Zbyrowska, Zdrojewski, Zemke, Zelazowski, Zelichowski, L. Zieliński, Zielonka, Ziobro, Zmijan, Żochowski, Zych, TOTAL: 489
Senators: Alicja Grześkowiak (several times), Adamiak, Jerzy Adamski, Antonowicz, Bargiel, Bartodziej (1995), Berny, Bielawski, Bien, Borkowski, Ceberek, Ciemniak, Jerzy Cieslak, Chronowski, Czaja, Czarny, Chorązy, Czerwiński, Danielak, Daraz, Derkacz, Drzezło, Gładkowski, Henryk Dzido, Dziemdziela, Engling, Frączek, Sylw. Gajewski,, Gibuła, Graboś, Grabowska, Grzeszczak, Izdebski, Jankiewicz, Jankowski, Janowska, Jarmuzek, Jarzembowski, Kanicki, Karaś, Kempka, Kienig, Zbigniew Komorowski, Kopaczewski, Koszada, Kozlowski, Krajkowski, Krupa, Kucharski, Kuczynski, Kulak, Kuratowska, Grzegorz Kurczuk, Kurzepa, Kustrzeba, Kwiatkowski, Lewandowski, Lewicki, Lipowski, Lopatkowa, Lipczak, Małecki, Mańkut, Markowski, Masior, Matuszak, Michas, Miętla, Mulak, Nicieja, Zenon Nowak, Ochwat, Olejnicka, Wincenty Olszewski, Patyk, Pastusiak, Pawełek, Piesiak (1992), Zb. Piwonski, Podgórski, Rewaj, Romańczuk, Romaszewski, Rot ( 1993), Rzemykowski, Janina Sagatowska, A. Sikorski, Simonides, Smoktunowicz, Smorawiński, Spychalski, Staniszewska, Stokłosa, Suchański, Andrzej Szczepański, Szwonder, Woźny, Wyględowski, Zenkiewicz, TOTAL: 98
And many others – to sum up: 500 Members of Parliament , politicians, professional patriots
coalition government: SLD. AWS, PSL, UW,PO, PiS, LPR, b. PZPR i ZMP, Samoobrony.
Since 1993 only 9 Members of Parliament have replied. This is the measure of professional patriotism.
In person - officials : minister MSZ Olechowski, Rosati, Geremek, Bartoszewski, amb. Byrt, A. Kremer, T. Lis, Rzeszotarski, Byczkowski, Sokołowski, Fr.Trusewicz, Deresz-Szymańska, Ciosek, Szymczych, Wysokiński, Dobroński, Taylor, Turski, Broniewski „ Orsza „ , Stelmachowski, Moskal USA, Jan Krystek, Waldemar Dąbrowski, Rafał Skąpski, Henryk Jackowski, Roman Orłowski, Zbign. Scibor – Rylski, Cz. Zychowicz - Londyn, Karolkiewicz -AK, gen. gen. Adam Rębacz, Bortnowski, Ameljańczyk, Szklarski, Dukaczewski, Michal Gutowski / 2.P.Panc./ and other during the ceremonies (total: over 30 generals of Polish Army and former People’s Army )
There are also some of the best professional patriots on the list, who love showing off.
Moreover we have informed about the scandal the following institutions: Kancelaria Prezydenta, - URM, - Sejmu, - Senatu, MSW, MSZ, Min. Kultury i Sztuki, Sejmową – i Senacką Komisję d/spr Polonii, Sejmową Komisję Obrony Narodowej, MON, Departament Społ.-Wychowawczy MON, Wspólnotę Polską , BBN, Instytut Pamięci Narodowej, Urząd d/spr. Kombatantow, Biuro RPO, Zw. Polaków „ Zgoda „ , Zw. Polaków „ Rodło„w Niemczech, TVP „ Polonia „ , „ Polsat „ ,Światowy Związek AK and many other veteran and Polish communities organizations.
President’s Office sent us the instruction that pursuant to Polish Constitution the president of RP IS NOT ALLOWED TO intervene in such matters. It seems that according to Polish Constitution only a Polish farmer selling potatoes at the market may be interested in protection of Polish graves. Whereas the supervisor of the Polish Forces has known for years that Polish soldiers rest in graves of Wehrmacht without inscriptions of Polish Forces under a Soviet lawn etc. etc.etc. VIVE LA POLOGNE !
In the Polish and foreign nwespapers appeared articles dealing with the issue:
„Prawo i Życie „ „Gazeta Robotnicza „–„Gazeta Wrocławska „/a few times/ - tyg. „ NIE „ /1994/- „Trybuna „/ kilkakrotnie/ - „Trybuna Sląska „ - „Głos Wybrzeza” - „Gazeta Pomorza „ - „ Gazeta Wyborcza „- „ Słowo Polskie „ – Gazeta Krasnostawska „ - „ Gazeta Lubuska „- „De Stem „ - Holandia , „Wolny Głos „ - Belgia, radio „ Deutsche Welle „ -„ radio Maryja „- „ Kurier Kowarski „ – „ Angora „ – „Tygodnik Zamojski „- „ Fakty i Mity „ and many others.
Among the others the following newspapers have not dealt with the subject:: London „ Dziennik Polski „ - „ Kombatant „ – „ Polska Zbrojna „ , „ Wojska Lądowe „ – „ Polsce Wierni „ „ Głos Kawalerii Pancernej „ - 11 DKP w Żaganiu (an heiress of the 1st Polish Armoured Division tradition has not looked into their graves in Germany)
In the House of Parliament ineffectively appealed to the prime minister and to National Memory Council the following: amb. Janusz Reiter (1994), prof. Marian Żenkiewicz, Stanisław Kucharski (both appeared in Senate), prof. Aleksander Małachowski, Dorota Kempka, Dorota Dancewicz, Dobrosz, sen. Henryk Rot (†) w r.1993, Ryszard Zając, Ryszard Jarzembowski (a few times), min.B.Piwnik, Artur Zawisza (PiS), Marian Michalski (PSL) who appeared in Seym and twice appealed to the prime minister Cimoszewicz pointing out that the graves of Polish soldiers have Wehrmacht inscriptions.
The following appealed to Polish government on the side of veteran organizations, veterans and supporters of 1st Armoured Division.
Zw. Kombatantów RP i BWP – gen. broni Józef Kamiński, Zw. B. Żołnierzy PSZ na Zachodzie –Oddz. Gdańsk, Koła : „ 10 PSK „ – „ Toruń „ – „ Gdańsk „ – „ Katowice „ – „ Stołeczne”-„ Belgijski Zw. Polskich Kombatantów „ – „ Amicale des Anciens Combattants de la 1. Division Blindée Polonaise „ z Potigny, ZKRP i BWP–Oddz. Jelenia góra, Stow. Zydów Kombatantów i Poszkodowanych II Wojny Swiatowej, Zwiazek Weteranów Wojny, Zw. Oficerów Rezerwy RP, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, kol.kol. Jan Somerlik, Przybysław Filar, Adam Dzierzek, Edmund Goll, Bolesław Kos, Zygmunt Haas, Władysław Dwojak, Przybysław Filar, Edmund Semrau, Stefan Barylak – Potigny, Józef Wierzyński, Henryk Kondzielnik, Eustachy Jaroszenko, Hieronim Szafrański, Dietert Grimmius / Holandia / and others.
Just to remind you We are talking about the faith of the POLISH soldiers who died for POLAND and had never asked HOW MUCH?
We are talking about POLISH soldiers who are refused to be buried in accordance with the regulations of the Geneva Convenes of 1949 ratified by Poland.
We are talking about the graves without military inscriptions withdrawn from the British cemeteries.
The major opponents of founding thePolish Forces necropolis in Germany are the officials of “Rada Ochrony Pamięci Walk i Męczeństw”(National Memory and Martyrdom Council)
We are talking about Polish soldiers who are refused the appropriate military honors.
We are talking about soldiers of Polish Forces(WP) and Home Army(AK) in Soviet and Wehrmacht tombs regarded as„ Zwangsarbeites ” of different origin and sexes, scattered in over 600 places in Germany
( Who cares? )
We are talking about Polish soldiers and women from AK who died during the Warsaw Uprising buried under a Soviet commentary in OBERLANGEN.
We are talking about the buried soldiers of 10 P. Dragonów in Cloppenburg, whose tombstones were destroyed ,our reports since 1993. We stopped after being informed by URM and President’s office (plk.LWP Dukaczewski ) that the Germans “plant flowers there,” Here płk. Dukaczewski – a graduate of the Moscow Woroszyłówka Academy – apparently mistook Lenin Mausoleum for falling apart Anders’ Army soldiers.
We are talking about the graves of the Polish Forces tombs WWITHOUT POLITICAL DEMAND
We are talking about Polish soldiers who in defense of Homeland attacked German tanks on horses armed with rifles. They had never asked how much would it have cost, contrary to today’s standards.
Making use of the dead is nothing else like making profit out of spilled blood.
political propaganda in exchange for dead bodies is a specific form of “hyenezem”
The graves of the Polish Forces in Germany appear to be the exhibition of Polish culture. We invite you there.
Polish Forces build in Poland German Cemeteries with DOLLARS. The only capital of our dead ones is honor. Ministry of Defense spends 30.000 $ for one living soldier /statistical data/. For the dead who died in agony in defense of their Homeland a gravestone in a form of cobblestones worth 1.5 $ should be enough.
With 100 years amortization, the annual expenditure equals 1.5 cents – which is far cheaper than the cost of a bullet.
The cost of building a Polish Forces cemetery in Germany amounts at half the price of a tank.
Dividing half the price of a tank by the number of graves in Germany (approximately 3.000 graves) the value of the life equals - 1.500.000 PLN : 3.000 = 500 PLN.
Quotations – spiritual fare for the naive
Any graves will not be forgotten–These are the graves of the most faithful sons of Poland.– Monuments of history which belong to the treasury of National Glory. Let’s show our respect and gratitude – Strengthen their position in the Pantheon of Glory – They will always remain in our hearts.
– They fulfilled their duty towards their Homeland and paid the highest price. But it turns out that those “Pantheons of glory” are just cobblestones.
Meanwhile most of the graves have been waiting for over half a century for the first Polish flower or candle. They have been waiting for their first honor. But the representatives of the Polish Army prefer to escape and avoid the graves of their companions in Germany.
”Monte Cassino” is not the same as ”Monte Rubbish”
Even Polish Forces “have deserted” ( Śląski Okręg Wojskowy ) and avoided a visit at graveyards of the 1st Armoured Division in Germany.
Whom does the Polish Forces honor? Here are some quotations from newspapers . “... October, 5 2002, Polish soldiers took part in ceremony of consecration of the German graveyard in Nadolice Wielkie near Wrocław...” Note, that there were also buried SSmen, gestapo, and even warders from Oświęcim concentration camp as well as SS Galizien Brigade, which pacified in Zamojszczyzna and from SS Dirlewanger Brigade from Warsaw Uprising.
Polish Forces soldiers helped to build that graveyard.
WHICH UNIT OF POLISH FORCES TAKES MORAL CARE OF THE GRAVES OF THE 1ST ARMOURED DEVISION AND POLISH FORCES OF 1939 IN GERMANY?
WHICH VETERAN ORGANISATION FEELS RESPONSIBLE TO TAKE CARE OF THE GRAVES OF THE POLISH PRISONERS OF WAR FROM 1939?
WHICH POLISH ORGANISATION IN GERMANY TAKES MORAL CARE OF Polish forces graves in Germany?
IT is obvious THat Poland has blot out the memory of prisoners of war of 1939 buried in Germany. Who cares about the lost graves? what has been done in the West about it? We demand the close look on our cemeteries without manipulation of the Polish officers.
Politicized “Care” for “PLACES of MEMORY” has always been our nightmare.
WE should change so called German-german commissions of graves and clear it of carrier makers.
We are waiting for the first visit of representatives of Polish Parliament and of course members of the Polish Forces.
We ask Professional advocates of patriotism to start from themselves.
Our situation is becoming more and more dramatic – we are decaying very quickly. What will happen when we are not here?
That is why we address the general public and call for help. We especially want to appeal to young people.
There will not be an escape from patriotic responsibility
The initiative of the former soldiers of 1st Armoured Division now living in Germany
(-) Czesław Szewczyk, “Syn Pułku” (Son of regiment)
Social carer of National Memory Places in Germany
Many Thanks to organizations or private people who have downloaded or linked these websites
To make a laughing stock of our government is our only defense – D. Stawska – pl.
3 – 15 June 2003. The above-mentioned e-mail leaflet reached over 90% representatives of Polish Sejm (Parliament) and 41 senators of this cadence.