March 10, 2014

Why Poland Cares So Much About Ukraine

Padraic Kenney, New York Times

The Associated Press

Poles believe they have a special message, even a special gift, to convey to those around the world who struggle for liberty and civil rights, and especially to Ukraine.

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TAGGED: Russia, Ukraine, Poland

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