What the German government "did" to Poland under the Nazi leadership is irrelevant.
Pure little German nationalist, all the time trying to seek a magic wand to dispell history. Sorry but it is relevant as it had consequences for Poland and naturally it will be a issue.
You can put your little emoticon all the time you feel like crying because your nation beheaved like lemmings on suicide quest against the world, showing its great intelligence.
The time is now, not the past, and we will not try to right historical wrongs.
That's not for a anon frustrated German nationalist poster to decide on internet.
Actually, the Soviet Union, the United States, and the United Kingdom did that.
Actually a certain German politician had similiar stereotypes like you and believed Poles to "not known for intelligence"-a ethnic slur you used(your reasons for doing that are obvious of course just as his are obvious), and believed Poles would be stupid enough to accept becoming vassals of Germany just like that. However once again German foresight has shown its legendary ability as Poles refused and "poor Adi" had to face wrath of France and Britain, not to mention losing fuel, ammo and men in Poland, 3 years before he planned a war.
Well, who can blame other countries in Europe want to limit decision-making of Germany, maybe not even for historical wrongs, but because of traditional German wisdom of making correct political choices, judgments and decisons.
In case you haven't been americanised, and still have much cultural baggage from your country of origin-I am joking.
Oh btw-is a rapist allowed to rape those who can't defend themselfs ?
I of course do not believe so, but your logic would come to other conclusion ?
The second article isnt even about a land dispute or sea area dispute but the handling of docking rights in a German respective Polish harbour lying on opposite sides of a bay (or something along that line) for German and Polish ferrying companies. According to that article there is an agreement that handles the situation too since 1993 (Article is from 2001).
So honestly where is your point?
Yawn.If faced with reality that dispells German propaganda-deny the reality.
How was it possible that both carriers had used mutually invalid documents for such a long time? For the Poles, Szczeciński Bay comprises territorial sea waters, while the Germans consider it part of the inland waters, resulting in different documents for ferries servicing the area.
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