I am doing some memoir research on a very interesting (to me at least ) aspect of the early post-war period and N.S.Z.
Anyone know anything at all about the leaders of the N.S.Z. talking to Poilsh leadership in UK about forming a Legion of Polish Volunteers in Spain to fight in Korea alongside the U.S. and British Armies???
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Another fascinating thread of the same story:
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Another interesting Abwehr report:
"... Excerpted from a report by the Abwehr's Section II-East, dated November 11, 1944, and titled "Attitude of the Poles to Ukrainians," notes that the Soviets' anti-Ukrainian policy is being actively supported by Polish circles. For this reason, according to the report, agreement between the Poles and Ukrainians will not be possible even in the future. The report states further that some members of the Polish Armia Krajowa- AK (Home Army), as well as certain Russians, believe that some sort of secret truce may have been concluded between the UPA and the AK, or that the two groups may be secretly co-operating because of their common opposition to the Soviet Union. The attitude of the UPA towards the Polish Army led by Berling remains hostile."