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Riassunto: In the Introduction, I briefly examined the war between born again Poland in 1918 after over 120 years of foreign oppression and the Bolshevik/Communist Russia in 1920. This was the first Bolshevik/Communist Russian Expansionist War. The Bolsheviks/Communists under the leadership of Lenin started this war, hoping for quick victory over a very weak Poland, just starting the unifying process after long oppression. Poland was partitioned by Germany, Russia, and the Austro-Hungarian Empire by the end of the eighteenth century. The goal of Lenin and his horde of Communist disciples, as well as of the Communist international banditry, was to conquer Poland. In addition, very soon afterward, they pushed into Germany, who was defeated in WWI and struggling economically with no army and very poor people. German Communists were trying to fully exploit this situation and start a revolution immediately after Poland was defeated and opened the door to Western Europe for Communist conquest. Unfortunately for Lenin, the mass murderer and his Communist Red Army hordes, it was no victory. They were defeated at Warsaw, and they retreated rapidly northeast and a few months later, they signed the Peace Treaty in Riga, Latvia. Poland saved the Western civilization and Christianity in 1920 and stopped the spread of Communism to Western Europe. In the next part, WWII, I described the start of the war by the Germans invading Poland from the west, north, and south. In addition, sixteen days later, the Communist Soviet Union invaded from the east according to the pact between Hitler and Stalin, made in August of 1939. The Germans were taking western Poland. The Communist Soviet Union was taking Eastern Poland as two bandits, Hitler and Stalin, divided the loot and started plundering Poland. Germany and the Communist Soviet Union were equal aggressors, and they were equally responsible for starting WWII. Our family lived in western Poland, which was occupied by Germans. It was a brutal occupa

L'autore: I was born in Poland and came as immigrant to the United States in 1969. Poland was "liberated" by the Red Army in January 1945, and since then, Communist Soviet Union was continuously plundering the country until 1991, for three generations. In the summer of 1968, I went with my family for a vacation to Bulgaria and never returned to Poland. After arriving in the States, learning the English language became priority number one, and finding a job equally important. I had an engineering degree and masters of science degree and in the United States, I continued my engineering career. Eventually I retired, and after some years of thinking, decided to write a book about my life, including the analysis and consequences of the WWII. Because this period was part of my life, as well as of the life of about 120 million people of Eastern and Central Europe. These people were given to the dictator of the Communist Soviet Union, Joseph Stalin, by President Roosevelt. This was an unprecedented ACT, and this book is in memory of the millions of people who were murdered to explain the reasons, motives, and background of this greatest tragedy of humanity. In addition, this is a testimony to how barbaric and deadly is Communism in all forms to past, present, and future generations, and even flirting with Communism is a mortal sin. Please remember this forever, or one day you would be a SLAVE. In the last chapters, I touched on few very important issues facing our country.

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