There is a scene in the 1977 movie, A Bridge Too Far, where some Allied generals are conferring about “Operation Market Garden”, an Allied attempt to break through German lines and seize several bridges in the occupied Netherlands. Present during this scene (as I recall) are Lt. General Frederick Browning (Dirk Bogarde), Major General Roy Urquhart (Sean Connery), and Major General Stanislaw Sosabowski (Gene Hackman), commanding officer of a Polish brigade. The Polish general has rank, but commands fewer forces. The other generals in the conference keep forgetting even that General Sosabowski is there. Finally, the Polish general interrupts and says, “Hey, what about me? I’m Poland. I’m here too.”
“Ah yes. (Ahem), sorry about that.” And then the other generals go right on forgetting about Poland.
And yet it is Poland where Tsar Nicholas II helped regroup his forces following the supposed “mass execution” at Ekaterinburg in July 1918. In Poland, an anti-Soviet underground was established and continued operations after the death of its leader, General Jozef Pilsudski, in 1935. In 1956, the Polish underground came close to pulling off its own “Hungarian insurrection”, in tandem with the one in Budapest. And from this same Polish underground, late in 1960, emerged the defector Michal Goleniewski, who disconcerted the CIA by claiming to be the Tsarevich. Later, in 1980, the Polish underground could have played a role in the Solidarity movement which first inserted the wedge which cracked the Soviet Union. And now, as of this writing, Donald Tusk, Prime Minister of Poland, is about to become the next president of the European Union. (Background: U.S. Naval Intelligence Assisted Romanov Escape, Ersjdamoo’s Blog entry of September 16, 2014.)
In Poland, NATO maneuvers are due to take place throughout the autumn of 2014. This is to be a “major exercise.”  And a Pole, Donald Tusk, is set to become European Union (Fourth Reich) President beginning December 1, 2014.
Vanessa Gera reported, for the Associated Press on September 17, 2014, how she was negotiating purchase of an apartment in Warsaw, Poland when the woman hoping to sell the property unexpectedly asked, “Are you sure you want to buy now, when war could be coming?” This woman, reported Ms. Gera, “was the third Pole in the past couple weeks to advise me to think twice about investing in Polish real estate.” 
And then Ms. Gera of Associated Press went on to report some amazing history! It is the 75th anniversary, she wrote, of the “Soviet invasion of Poland.” It was this Soviet attack on Poland, in September 1939, which started World War II, the Associated Press reporter explained.  This news startled Ersjdamoo, since he had thought it was Adolph Hitler’s Germany which invaded Poland in September 1939, and not the Soviet Union. However, Ersjdamoo scratched his head and thought, “If you can’t trust the Associated Press and the DNA evidence, then who can you trust?”
Nonetheless, despite the prestige and glamour of Associated Press, DNA evidence, and such, I decided to double-check. Since George W. Bush likes now to sip whisky while he watches the History Channel, there was a good place to start. But their web site told me that on September 1, 1939 “some 1.5 million German troops invade Poland all along its 1,750-mile border with German-controlled territory. Simultaneously, the German Luftwaffe bombed Polish airfields, and German warships and U-boats attacked Polish naval forces in the Baltic Sea.” 
However “Nazi leader Adolf Hitler claimed the massive invasion was a defensive action,” the web site added.  So maybe Vanessa Gera of Associated Press meant that when she reported on the 75th anniversary of the “Soviet invasion of Poland.” Maybe Hitler was defending against Soviet aggression. Except it wasn’t a “Soviet invasion” at all, but “Nazi S.S. troops wearing Polish uniforms [who] staged a phony invasion of Germany, damaging several minor installations on the German side of the border. They also left behind a handful of dead concentration camp prisoners in Polish uniforms to serve as further evidence of the supposed Polish invasion, which Nazi propagandists publicized as an unforgivable act of aggression.” 
So maybe Ms. Gera of Associated Press used old Nazi history books as the source for her assertion that it is now roughly 75 years since the “Soviet invasion” of Poland. That would explain it. Either that, or history is being re-written right before our eyes in an Orwellian fashion.
In her amazing report for Associated Press, Vanessa Gera surmises that Poland could be “next”, after Vladimir Putin’s “aggression” in Ukraine. (History already being rewritten.) Some of the Poles seem to be now preparing for war, according to Ms. Gera, who is retreating from purchase of an apartment in Poland at this point.
——- Sources ——-
 “UK commits to major NATO military exercise in Poland”, Russia Today, July 29, 2014
 “Polish fears of Russia run high on war anniversary”, by Vanessa Gera. Associated Press, September 17, 2014
 “Sep 1, 1939: Germans invade Poland”, http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/germans-invade-poland