Dummies Guide for Liberals: Poland Entered WW2 on Germany’s Side by 1938 September 18, 2016 History Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard 21:22:43 18/09/2016 Antifashist Well-known Donetsk political scientist and historian Vladimir Kornilov, outraged by the shameless manipulation, which are appropriately or mostly inappropriately, representatives of the “free and liberal” community in Russia, love to be addicted, trying to satisfy its insatiable itch of the vilification of veritable history and the USSR as its figurant. Vladimir Kornilov drew attention to the fact that liberal “inspectors” of the Second World War have reached a point where they imputed guilt to the USSR for entering the war on the side of Adolf Hitler’s Germany. “Today, Russian “liberals” are not able to write about election. That’s why during the day they post nonsense that on 17th September, 1939, the USSR entered the Second World War on Germany’s side, invading poor Poland. In this regard, I am all the time tormented by the question: And Britain, who declared war on Germany in connection with the invasion of Poland, did she notice the USSR’s entrance into the war? If she did, did she also declare war on the Soviets, who entered into the war? If she did, can someone still explain: when did the USSR and Britain end this war, and how did it happen that they ended it being allies?!” noted the historian on Facebook. “If indeed the USSR in 1939 joined the war on the side of Germany, in this case Poland already in 1938 entered the war on Germany’s side, when together with the Germans and Hungarians they divided Czechoslovakia amongst themselves. And here are is photographic proof of this. Some of these photos I dug up in old Dutch newspapers, so they have not been published on the Internet yet. I encourage you to use them, dears,” he added. Copyright © 2016. All Rights Reserved.