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Czech press explained why Poles do not like Marshal Rokossovsky

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Czech press explained why Poles do not like Marshal Rokossovsky



Konstantin Rokossovsky is one of the most prominent Soviet marshals, heroes of the Great Patriotic War. But in Poland his memory is not honored, although Konstantin Konstantinovich is an ethnic Pole. Czech journalists from Forum 24 are also trying to figure out the situation and explain the "dislike" of modern Poles for Rokossovsky.

Konstantin Rokossovsky was born in Warsaw in 1894. By the way, his father's name was Xavier, and the future marshal took the patronymic "Konstantinovich" in the Russian manner only later. On August 2, 1914, young Konstantin Rokossovsky volunteered for the 5th Dragoon Kargopol Regiment of the 5th Cavalry Division of the 12th Army. This is how the military career of the future famous commander began, stretching for more than half a century.

By 1917, Rokossovsky was awarded the rank of junior non-commissioned officer, and after the October Revolution he entered the service in the Red Guard. Participation in the Civil War as part of the Red Army allowed young Rokossovsky to reveal his military talents. In three years he went from a Red Army soldier to the commander of a separate cavalry regiment. In 1930, he already commanded the 7th Samara Cavalry Division, and in 1936 he became the commander of the 5th Cavalry Corps.

Then there was a period of disgrace and repression: the corps commander was slandered, and he was arrested. From August 17, 1937 to March 22, 1940, Rokossovsky was held in the Internal Prison of the NKVD in Leningrad, and then suddenly he was suddenly reinstated in rank and sent on a long vacation in Sochi, after which he took command of the corps. The fate was favorable to Rokossovsky: most of the repressed Soviet military leaders of the late 1930s were shot or disappeared in the camps.

Having freed Rokossovsky, Stalin made the right decision: during the Great Patriotic War, the commander showed himself from the best side. His name, along with the name of another "Marshal of Victory" Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov, is inscribed in gold letters in history Great Patriotic War. Moreover, to be honest, at the front Rokossovsky was respected even more than Zhukov: he tried to protect people, was distinguished by greater intelligence in dealing with officers than Georgy Konstantinovich, who was rude and harsh.

But why is Rokossovsky not favored by his fellow tribesmen, who are so fond of listing outstanding Poles? First, it is the Warsaw Uprising. It was from this moment that the history of Poles' claims to their legendary compatriot began. At that time, Rokossovsky was in command of the 1st Belorussian Front and, according to the Polish media, did not come to the aid of the rebels.

Naturally, the real perpetrators of the tragedy in Warsaw are not remembered today, and this is the very Polish "government in exile" that sought to raise an uprising in the capital specifically to free Poland from the Nazis before the Red Army did. It didn't work out, but for some reason, the Soviet commander was to blame.

Secondly, after the war, in July 1945, Konstantin Rokossovsky was appointed commander-in-chief of the Northern Group of Forces, stationed in Poland. This is the next reason for complaints. From the point of view of the Polish officialdom, Rokossovsky played a crucial role in the post-war "Soviet occupation" of Poland.

In 1949, at the request of Polish President Boleslav Bierut, Stalin dismissed Rokossovsky "to serve Poland": the marshal was appointed to the post of Minister of National Defense of Poland and was closely engaged in organizing the Polish Army. Rokossovsky held this post for seven years, until 1956. It would seem that we should thank the Soviet Marshal for creating one of the most efficient armies in Eastern Europe, modernizing it and, at the same time, managing to preserve Polish military traditions.

But Rokossovsky is charged with organizing the suppression of the Polish national movement. In 1956, Rokossovsky led the suppression of strikes by Polish workers. More than 70 people died as a result of the suppression operation. Today this circumstance gives the Polish press a reason to accuse Rokossovsky of direct participation in the "occupation", and the front-line merits of the great marshal for Warsaw are more like a thorn in the eye: it is not customary to respect Soviet commanders in modern Poland.
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  1. Nikolay Ivanov_5
    Nikolay Ivanov_5 3 October 2020 10: 04
    20
    Poles have a particularly severe form of paramnesia.
    1. 1976AG
      1976AG 3 October 2020 10: 10
      20
      As they were lackeys, they will remain.
      1. Doccor18
        Doccor18 3 October 2020 11: 06
        15
        As they were lackeys, they will remain.

        Unlike Rokossovsky and Zhukov, who were extremely firm men in their decisions, they did not change their point of view even under serious pressure. Maybe that's why both lived to old age, and Stalin deeply respected both ...
        1. Basil50
          Basil50 3 October 2020 12: 56
          13
          to the 18th
          The firmness of convictions was not only raised to fame and universal respect by Rokosovsky and Zhukov.
          In the thirties, some military and * rrrrevolutionaries * were preparing coups. And today this is confirmed, among other things, by documents that are published in England-Germany-France-USA.
          The conspirators destroyed everyone in whom they saw a threat. The most sophisticated and vile ways were chosen. There is Trotsky's written instructions on slandering the patriots of the SOVIET UNION.
          In the nineties, there was a successful coup with the seizure of power and we saw HOW exactly this happened. Traitors, for the sake of personal interests, used everything from outright slander to murders, including mass murders. It is a pity that there was no one comparable in intelligence and determination with JOSEPH VISSARIONOVICH STALIN to destroy the conspirators.
          1. Doccor18
            Doccor18 3 October 2020 14: 05
            +6
            It is a pity that there was no one comparable in intelligence and determination with JOSEPH VISSARIONOVICH STALIN to destroy the conspirators.

            This is the tragedy of Russia ... Peter I and I. Stalin - very rarely rulers of this level are bestowed on a country ...
            1. Basil50
              Basil50 3 October 2020 20: 02
              +1
              to the 18th
              Don't compare Peter # 1 with real rulers. Peter, if anything, became famous for his ferocity and sadism. These are the historians-poets deified
              Peter, trying to bypass the real cases of this ......, in which the population of RUSSIA has decreased by more than a third. Under which RUSSIA finally became a colony of Europ. True, the kings had the opportunity to choose their masters, the French, Germans or English.
              It was Peter who began to calibrate the RUSSIAN nobles with the imported ones, and only such calibrated ones became titled in the RUSSIAN EMPIRE.
              The RUSSIAN EMPIRE was recovering for several decades after the reign of Peter, despite all the panegyrics about this ..............!
            2. Vadim_888
              Vadim_888 3 October 2020 21: 33
              +3
              You forgot about Ivan the Terrible on your list,
              But the more effective managers were Elizabeth, Catherine II and Alexander III.
    2. Hunter 2
      Hunter 2 3 October 2020 10: 18
      35
      Again this "mantra" about the Warsaw Uprising! Why do Poles make claims to the USSR and K.K. Rokossovsky? Why not to your government in "exile", specifically to its Prime Minister Vladislav Sikorsky, who directly gave the order to start the uprising at the behest of the British? They did not want Warsaw to be liberated by the Red Army ... they did it, and immediately found the "extreme" in the form of K.K. Rokossovsky. Konstantin Konstantinovich was very worried personally that he could not help the rebels, but he perfectly understood that the storming of Warsaw with the forces he had was Impossible. Why do the Poles forget that even a carefully prepared operation to liberate Poland led to more than half a million Victims among Our Soldiers and Officers? Ungrateful Pigs ... just the words of the Others No!
      Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovsky - Certainly one of the most talented commanders of the Second World War!
      His Soldiers proudly called themselves - Rokossovtsy!
      The events of 1956 are a completely different topic, and even in these events the best qualities of the Commander were manifested, who until the last tried to avoid bloodshed and minimized the number of victims among marauders, provocateurs and fascist underdogs - who called themselves Polish workers.
      1. parusnik
        parusnik 3 October 2020 10: 39
        17
        Again this "mantra" about the Warsaw Uprising!
        ... The current Poles do not want to remember the Warsaw Uprising in the Jewish ghetto in 1943, when the AK and other bourgeois nationalist Polish underground organizations sabotaged aid to the rebels. There were also moments when a group of Jewish workers managed to break through the German guards and move to the "Aryan side, "the Poles drove them back into the burning ghetto.
        1. Hunter 2
          Hunter 2 3 October 2020 10: 45
          19
          ... Today's Poles generally try not to remember the events associated with the Jewish population of Poland! Who served in the death camps? Who happily surrendered and sometimes personally killed Jews in Poland, hoping to “profit”? Who, after the end of the war, reduced the number of Polish Jews to practically zero? I don't understand Israel, it seems there were attempts to bring this topic to the court of the international community - but everything just died out!
        2. Vadim_888
          Vadim_888 3 October 2020 21: 36
          0
          Well, yes, they cannot visit that the Germans wiped Warsaw into powder together with the inhabitants
      2. astepanov
        astepanov 3 October 2020 16: 39
        +6
        First, a claim to the author:
        But why is Rokossovsky not favored by his fellow tribesmen, who are so fond of listing outstanding Poles?
        What kind of tribesmen are they? He lived in the Soviet Union, served the Soviet Union with full dedication. And the language he spoke all his life was Russian, he was fluent in it, was an expert in Russian literature. Until when will we judge nationality by who slept with a person, and not by his language, culture, service? Rokossovsky - Soviet and Russian - period!
        Well, where the legs grow from this dislike is understandable. Noble arrogance, strangely combined with the desire to surrender more expensively to the guys from NATO. And dreams of re-creating the Commonwealth. Only shish them ...
        1. Basil50
          Basil50 3 October 2020 20: 08
          +5
          Alexey
          The Polish ambition only exists to raise its own retail price.
          The history of Poland consists only of such examples of the manifestation of ambition and subsequent trade.
      3. Hagen
        Hagen 6 October 2020 13: 28
        0
        Quote: Hunter 2
        Why do Poles make claims to the USSR and K.K. Rokossovsky? Why not to your government in "exile", specifically to its Prime Minister Vladislav Sikorsky, who directly gave the order to start the uprising at the behest of the British?

        But to whom can the heirs of Pilsudski and the Home Army make claims? W. Churchill once said about the Poles: “..... It must be considered a mystery and a tragedy ... the fact that a people capable of any heroism ... constantly displays such huge shortcomings in almost all aspects of their state life. Glory in times of rebellion and grief, vileness and shame in periods of triumph. The bravest of the brave too often were led by the vilest of the vile. There have always been two Polands: one of them fought for the truth, the other grovelled in meanness. " Unfortunately, that other part of Poland is in power today. Therefore, should we be surprised at their attitude towards our Heroes?
  2. Cowbra
    Cowbra 3 October 2020 10: 07
    20
    And in the Czech Republic they did not explain why they love Poland so much that they are now dancing to its tune in the EU? Probably because of Operation Zaluzhie?

    Handshakes of Polish and Hungarian officers at a train in occupied Czechoslovakia.
    1. Russian Bear_2
      Russian Bear_2 5 October 2020 04: 26
      +1
      The Czechs don't remember anything.
  3. pytar
    pytar 3 October 2020 10: 08
    -11 qualifying.
    Rokosovsky is undoubtedly an outstanding commander! And as every famous person is ambiguous, this is the case in the eyes of the Poles. Probably they have the right to evaluate their sonarist critically, it also has different opinions in Poland.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 3 October 2020 10: 14
      21
      it is not customary to respect the Soviet generals in modern Poland.
      Here is the answer to the question .... Be he even three times Pole and made of pure gold, but ... Soviet! And that's it!
      1. lucul
        lucul 3 October 2020 10: 21
        10
        Be he even three times Pole and made of pure gold, but ... Soviet! And that's it!

        Soviet in spirit and mentality. And what is his nationality, the role does not play.
    2. Boris Afinogenov
      Boris Afinogenov 3 October 2020 10: 14
      +5
      Only the older generation has different opinions. Young people either do not know this person, or "Soviet occupier".

      However, as elsewhere.
    3. Piramidon
      Piramidon 3 October 2020 14: 03
      +3
      Quote: pytar
      Rokosovsky is undoubtedly an outstanding commander! And as every famous person is ambiguous, this is the case in the eyes of the Poles. Probably they have the right to evaluate their sonarist critically, it also has different opinions in Poland.

      That is why the Germans do not fierce slop on their fellow tribesmen who lived in Russia and the USSR and fought on their side, even against Germany. Such a vile mentality is in the blood of the "lords". In Soviet times, they seemed to be proud of the fact that Rokossovsky was a Pole. Like, these are the generals born in Poland.
    4. German Titov
      German Titov 3 October 2020 17: 18
      +4
      I gave you a plus. Where are the Poles and where are Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovsky? Where "Polska did not die" and where is Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky? PEOPLE have gone down in history, "psheki are not Poles", they got into a mess. It's funny that the Odessa universities began to study "the Polish language?
  4. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 3 October 2020 10: 10
    +1
    Rokossovsky at the front near Stalingrad, 1942
    Strange caption under the photo with a bronze statue.
  5. Asad
    Asad 3 October 2020 10: 11
    +7
    How long will we discuss common truths? We all remember and honor this! It is necessary to teach this in schools so as not to confuse the pioneers with the Hitler Youth! Well, I don’t know how to convey all this to the former ,, partners! And the monument with the signature somehow does not match. Most importantly, I twisted their explanations!
    1. venik
      venik 3 October 2020 10: 36
      +2
      Quote: ASAD
      Well, I don’t know how to convey all this to the former ,, partners!

      ========
      IS IT NECESSARY? Oligophrenia (nationwide) - it cannot be cured!
    2. Piramidon
      Piramidon 3 October 2020 14: 37
      -1
      Quote: ASAD
      Well, I don’t know how to convey all this to the former ,, partners!

      Useless! They have everything according to the plan approved by the "Washington Regional Committee"
  6. parusnik
    parusnik 3 October 2020 10: 17
    +6
    "For Poles, I will always be Russian, for Russians, Pole." So KK Rokossovsky said.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 3 October 2020 10: 42
      +4
      Quote: parusnik
      "For Poles, I will always be Russian, for Russians, Pole." So KK Rokossovsky said.

      The same story.
      My friend has a Tajik dad and a Russian mom. In the 80s, dad was a good boss in Tajikistan - the district military commissar in the provinces. Himself a padishah. In the 90s he was told: "Send your Russian wife and half-blood son and daughter to Russia, we will marry you to a Tajik woman and you will be covered in chocolate." He, the father of a friend, dropped everything and left for Russia to an empty place with his wife and children. So my friend says the same thing as Rokossovsky - "I am Russian there, here I am Tajik." In fact, even the Tajik language barely remembers - they speak Russian at home.
      1. Kunica
        Kunica 3 October 2020 11: 36
        +4
        I don't know who - how, but I always considered him Russian. My most respected and beloved (so to speak) Marshal.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 3 October 2020 13: 15
          +3
          Quote: Marten
          I don't know who - how, but I always considered him Russian... My most respected and beloved (so to speak) Marshal.

          Quite recently I recalled in one of my comments the words of our Vasily Filippovich - Great words, like much of what he said
          "It doesn't matter what skin tone or eye shape you have - for the enemy you are all Russian!"
        2. Piramidon
          Piramidon 3 October 2020 14: 41
          -1
          Quote: Marten
          I don't know who - how, but I always considered him Russian. My most respected and beloved (so to speak) Marshal.

          If it were not for the betrayal of Nikita-Judas and his clique, the Beria-Rokossovsky alliance in the management of the USSR after Stalin's death could well have taken place. IMHO, if that.
      2. Not with you
        Not with you 3 October 2020 14: 01
        -7
        Shoigu is also the same ...
        Who's tongue will rise
        call him Russian))))?
        1. Piramidon
          Piramidon 3 October 2020 14: 45
          +4
          Quote: Not with you
          Shoigu is also the same ...
          Who's tongue will rise
          call him Russian
          ))))?

          I have. I can express my opinion. In terms of his mindset and his activities, he is completely RUSSIAN, and it does not matter that his dad is Tuvan and his mother is Russian. Who do you think he is, German or Australian? Although your opinion, I do not care.
          1. Not with you
            Not with you 3 October 2020 14: 57
            -7
            How are many
            they write about him ...
            reindeer herder, Chukchi and much ...
            So what is Shoigu Russian?
            Where do Russian reindeer herders live?
            And why does Shoigu burst?
            I've never seen a burnt
            Tuvan .....
            1. Piramidon
              Piramidon 3 October 2020 15: 03
              +2
              Quote: Not with you
              And why does Shoigu burst?
              I've never seen a burnt
              Tuvan .....

              For that, I saw a lot of your fellow countrymen - "shiry", so-called "Ukrainians". Especially when visiting Odessa.
              many
              they write about him ...
              reindeer herder, Chukchi and much ...

              Teach the geography, "garny lad" - where is Tuva and where are the deer. fool
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                1. Piramidon
                  Piramidon 3 October 2020 16: 07
                  +4
                  Quote: Not with you
                  And like Shoigu's Russian mother,
                  if she has a father ...
                  With a fair amount ...
                  Yakov Rivlin

                  I use publicly available information, and not the rumors of the grandmothers at your entrance and your speculations.
                  You can find out who is Sergei Shoigu by nationality by looking at his biography. He was born sixty-three years ago in Tuva, in the small town of Chadan. His father was Tuvan, which means that we can say that the defense minister himself is Tuvan. Sergei Kuzhugetovich's father was an educated person and held the post of editor of the regional newspaper "Shyn", later his career was further developed - he became deputy chairman of the Council of Ministers of Tuva.
                  Sergei Shoigu's mother was Russian, a native of the Oryol region, for a long time worked as a livestock technician. Later, Alexandra Yakovlevna moved to a leading position - she became the head of the planning department of the agricultural department of Tuva.

                  https://ego-zhena.ru/blog/kto-po-natsionalnosti-sergei-kuzhugetovich-shoigu/2018-08-14-711
                  So, Walk, Vasya - "not-with-us", but with those who pays you for your shit throws.
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                    1. Piramidon
                      Piramidon 3 October 2020 17: 15
                      0
                      Quote: Not with you
                      Seen ashtanyg orus havan

                      Y tu salud. No te preocupes.
    2. pytar
      pytar 3 October 2020 11: 57
      0
      "For Poles, I will always be Russian, for Russians, Pole." So KK Rokossovsky said.

      You couldn't say better! Outstanding personality! good
  7. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 3 October 2020 10: 18
    +3
    Rokossovsky is Stalin's great LUCK. That he did not die during the period of repression, and ended up in his place. We would have won without him. Only there could be more blood.
  8. iouris
    iouris 3 October 2020 10: 22
    +5
    This is not about the "Poles", but about the official ideology and policy of the state. Although Poland and Czechoslovakia did not actually exist on the political map of the world, the anti-Soviet governments in London were involved in "political life" and the shaping of the postwar world. At the same time, part of the population worked for the Reich (especially in Czechoslovakia), joined the Wehrmacht and armed formations, conducted a sabotage war in the rear of the Red Army on instructions from the "government" in London ("Poles").
    Things got to the point that the British had to remove the head of the Polish "government in exile" in a plane crash. With this amendment, it should definitely be said that these "Poles" and "Czechs" are collaborators. Their ideology is based on pathological Russophobia and anti-Sovietism. This ideologically makes them related to Nazism.
    Rokossovsky - Marshal of the USSR, an outstanding military leader, communist. The same attitude in official Poland towards General Wojciech Jaruzelski and, for the same reason, Nazism.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 3 October 2020 10: 44
      +6
      Quote: iouris
      This is not about the "Poles", but about the official ideology and policy of the state. Although Poland and Czechoslovakia did not actually exist on the political map of the world, the anti-Soviet governments in London were involved in "political life"

      For some reason I read the comments and where the Polish "government in exile" and its "activities" are mentioned, Tikhanovskaya and Podvalny persistently climb into my head. request Sounds like it, right?
  9. Boris Afinogenov
    Boris Afinogenov 3 October 2020 10: 24
    +4
    How many Russians do not help, but still they are guilty - that during the Republic of Ingushetia the Armenians with the Georgians, that the USSR with all sorts of Czechs, Poles, Bulgarians, and now the Ukrainians.
  10. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 3 October 2020 10: 30
    +4
    it is not customary to respect the Soviet generals in modern Poland.
    And who do Poles respect in general, other than their loved ones and of course the Americans? Well, they also have a lenient attitude towards those who at the moment they need as an ally in barking at Russia (Balts, Ukrainians). I hope that in the future it will backfire and return a hundredfold.
  11. Pavel57
    Pavel57 3 October 2020 10: 30
    +3
    Quote: pytar
    Probably they have the right to evaluate their sonarist critically, it also has different opinions in Poland.

    The opinion of the Poles is based on the false premise that everyone owes her.
  12. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 3 October 2020 10: 41
    +4
    the Czechs explained why the Poles do not like it ... this is something from the classic "Senya, quickly explain to a friend why Volodka shaved his mustache"
    but seriously ... because eternal losers with inflated conceit ... then Churchill's quote about the hyena of Europe is appropriate ...
  13. nnm
    nnm 3 October 2020 10: 52
    +1
    That's right, but the fact that the rebellious Czech Republic refused to coordinate its actions with the Soviet offensive is not necessary to know.
    We deployed formations and units that were exhausted by the 3-month offensive, and these are pretending to be obscene. Got it already
    1. Igor Semenov
      Igor Semenov 3 October 2020 12: 17
      0
      I am very sorry, but the Czech Republic did not revolt.
  14. maiman61
    maiman61 3 October 2020 11: 04
    +2
    Well, they made me laugh! Respect for Poles? I even vomited! If you want to offend me to the core, tell me that the Poles respect me! We should be proud that the Poles do not like the GREAT GENIUS, Rokossovsky! This is the best indicator of a person's decency!
  15. Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 3 October 2020 11: 04
    0
    Purely hypothetically, I am only interested in two questions:
    "Which Russian do the Poles love?" and "Whom do they love in general and for what?"
    1. Pavel57
      Pavel57 3 October 2020 12: 07
      +2
      Ivan Susanin is not liked, but perhaps respected. Something never slipped among the Poles that they were offended by the Romanovs, who threw them, inviting them to the kingdom.
  16. Igor Pa
    Igor Pa 3 October 2020 11: 06
    +3
    Was in a Polish kolobzhek, a former kolberg. There is a museum of Polish weapons. Exhibits are presented from the time of the speech of the postpolita to the 80s of the last century. But in conclusion, there is a whole showcase about the executions of Poles by Russians. And they even dragged a whole house into the yard and made an interactive exhibition about the life of prisoners in Siberian camps. Not a word about the Warsaw Uprising. Not a word about the speech of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, who dreamed of reigning in Moscow and burned Russian cities.
  17. Ross xnumx
    Ross xnumx 3 October 2020 11: 07
    +2
    Quote: Boris Afinogenov
    How many Russians don’t help, but still they are to blame

    Conclusion: do not do the Poles (but you never know anyone else) anything good and they will not do you anything bad.
    lol
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  19. Old jew
    Old jew 3 October 2020 11: 17
    +4
    Stalin and Rokossovsky were Russian in spirit and did not commensurately more for Russia (USSR) than the "Russians" Vlasov and Gorbachev. Eternal glory to the Russian soldiers and no matter who they were by origin!
  20. Igor Semenov
    Igor Semenov 3 October 2020 12: 15
    +4
    In order to be “your own” in Poland, it is not enough to be only a Pole. K.K. Rokossovsky is Russian for the Poles, with all that it implies. There will be reasons. Poklonsky again confused cause and effect. Which, in fact, is not surprising for the current level of (Zen) VO. My personal opinion is K.K. one of the most worthy military leaders of the time.
  21. tovarich-andrey.62goncharov
    tovarich-andrey.62goncharov 3 October 2020 13: 10
    0
    Pressured collaborators. Probably - a little and tender ... But now they are in favor.
  22. Not with you
    Not with you 3 October 2020 13: 57
    -6
    Rokossovsky and was supposed to become
    Marshal of Victory.
    At the end of the war, it was
    Rokossovsky commanded
    2 Byelorussian Front,
    who went to Berlin.
    But then Stalin made
    castling, changed
    Rokossovsky on Zhukov.
    And Rokossovsky went
    command a minor
    front.
    My grandfather fought at Rokossovsky
    in the 16th Army, defended Moscow.
  23. SPQR
    SPQR 3 October 2020 15: 24
    0
    Great person!!!
  24. Doliva63
    Doliva63 3 October 2020 16: 27
    0
    "The Czech press explained why the Poles do not like Marshal Rokossovsky"
    What is there to explain? For being Soviet!
  25. meandr51
    meandr51 3 October 2020 19: 55
    +1
    That is why they all lose wars ...
  26. 23424636
    23424636 3 October 2020 21: 21
    +1
    Rokosovsky was removed by Khrushchev and from that time the Poles began a buzu, which did not stop and intensified most by 1980. If Rokosovsky had been left, the Poles would have been silk or more restrained in their Russophobia. They only had to write another dialogue, they do not accept with the Russians. But Khrushchev, at the prompting of the Masonic lodge, gave them their territory for his nominees, and this is the result - Poland is in the forefront of Russophobes.
  27. Vadim_888
    Vadim_888 3 October 2020 21: 49
    -2
    So these Czechs and Poles were given to you, at home they won’t start the serial production of gearboxes for the fleet, and you’re all peeping at your neighbors through the fence ...
    In other matters, Ilya has all the articles about foreign lands, and nothing interesting about technology or military affairs ...
  28. Petrograd
    Petrograd 3 October 2020 23: 06
    0
    The main thing we remember and are proud of and the opinion of Poland to me personally up to a certain point if they were normal and adequate people could still listen, and so it makes sense to listen to the opinion of a used latex product for men they have other heroes and a very ungrateful short memory
  29. georggy
    georggy 4 October 2020 04: 58
    0
    Does this love the Poles?
    We must start with this