Petition to British Government; Please honor Polish effort by inviting WWII Veterans from Poland as well as allied forces for Victory Parade in London …

To: British Government
       British Armed Forces 

British officers, military personnel, Commonwealth citizens agreed that denying participation of Polish Armed Forces for Victory Parade in London (1946) was unfair.

Please honor Polish sacrifice and organize symbolic Polish Victory Parade in London to commemorate 17 000 Polish Airmen, hundreds of thousands military personnel,  who fought for freedom, for  England, for Poland,  for Liberation of the World from Nazi oppression.

Poland along with allied forces in the West and East front didn’t win over Germany, yet, defeated Nazi evil tormenting human race.

Please honor Polish effort by inviting WWII Veterans from Poland, as well as allied forces for Victory Parade. 

Quote; “numerous sources state that Polish Army was the fourth biggest Allied fighting contingent. Steven J. Zaloga wrote that “by the war’s end the Polish Army was the fourth largest contingent of the Allied coalition after the armed forces of the Soviet Union, the United States and Great Britain.”[51] Jerzy Jan Lerski writes “All in all, the Polish units, although divided and controlled by different political orientation, constituted the fourth largest Allied force, after the American, British and Soviet Armies.”[52] M. K. Dziewanowski has noted that “if Polish forces fighting in the east and west were added to the resistance fighters, Poland had the fourth largest Allied army in the war (after the USSR, the U.S. and Britain)”.[53]

London Victory Parade in 1946;
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Victory+parade+in+england+1946

Polish Armed Forces during Victory Parade were not present,  men and women,  who fought next to British Armed Forces  to overcome Nazi evil;
http://listakrzystka.pl/?page_id=13

Best Regards,
Marek “Mark” J. Wagner

Polish squadrons in the United Kingdom:

Polish Contribution during WWII;
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_contribution_to_World_War_II 

Battles;

Major battles and campaigns in which Polish regular forces took part:

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_contribution_to_World_War_II


https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/research/online-exhibitions/the-polish-air-force-in-world-war-2.aspx

 

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