GERMAN REPRESSIONS AGAINST THE POLISH PEOPLE ON LANDS ANNEXED TO THE THIRD REICH DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR (1939-1945) (Represje niemieckie wobec ludnosci polskiej na ziemiach wcielonych do III Rzeszy w latach II wojny swiatowej (1939-1945)
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The article presents the Third Reich's occupant policy in Poland which was characterized by the most extremist actions. A variety of methods was used against all social strata and groups. All of these methods were aimed against the greatest goods of the human being, such as freedom and life. People were condemned to displacement from their homeland, forced to do slave labor, deprived of the bare necessities of existence, forbidden to obtain education or participate in cultural life. Furthermore, imponderable material damages were inflicted.
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