Ewa Komar 
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Re: “Stripped Desire

The battle was Monte Cassino, which was a mountain which blocked the path to Rome. The allies tried taking this mountain stronghold for months, but it was Polish troops which finally did so and raised the Polish flag as soon as they did. The winning of the battle was depicted in the movie with no mention of the Polish troops.

Posted by Ewa Komar on 03/08/2013 at 11:55 AM

Re: “Stripped Desire

What the actor should get his head into is the anti Polish sentiment of US leftist intellectuals, especially those who were US Communist party members or sympathizers, who used their art to foster anti-Polish sentiment which played into diminishing support for a Poland under attack, or occupied by the communist mother ship - The Soviet Union. He might want to read "Hollywood's War with Poland" by Biskupski which showed how Hollywood Communists changed scripts, worked with Soviet advisers, and changed positive Polish characters into negative ones, or completely eliminated positive Polish characters. They also removed any positive mention of Polish military contributions to the antiGerman war effort. One prominent example is the movie "The Story of GI Joe", which omits the fact that Polish troops even fought in the battle, and with heavy losses, won the battle. The screenplay writers were Leopold Atlas, Guy Endore, and Philip Stevenson, all members of the US Communist party.

Posted by Ewa Komar on 03/07/2013 at 1:09 PM

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