Polish Nationalism

Polish Nationalism

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  • The fall of the Third Reich allows the Soviet Union to occupy Poland at the end of WW2.
  • WARSAW, 1945
  • Freedom in Poland became non existent as the Soviet Union had oppressed them no different than Hitler
  • With the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Poland was finally free from communist oppression,  in 1993, the European Union was formed
  • Poland was put under economic pressure, along with the issue of Syrian Refugees, this created hate for the EU and the refugees
  • Economic Pressure from the EU
  • Syrian Refugees
  • Previous Occupations from Third Reich and Soviet Union
  • GDP & Euro
  • €
  • Recently, the Warsaw March attracted over 60,000 Nationalists from Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany and other European countries. The March called for a Independent, Christian Poland, free from the EU, Islam, and refugees.
  • Poland First!
  • The Polish Prime minister has recently denounced the Warsaw March for promoting antisemitism, fascism, and national socialism. However the nationalists still continue to gain support.
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