Not only Poland, Silesia, East Brandenburg, Pomerania, Danzig and East Prussia;
but also Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia!
Another point to make: when Stalin took over the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Estonia, and deported about 50% of their populations: has anyone studied these deportations to see the correlations- e.g. Catholics allowed to stay, but Protestants deported???The ones deported from those nations were primarily Lutherans! I spoke to a Lutheran woman who escaped the Red Armies after the Nazis left. The Jesuits used their SS to kill the Jews and the NKVD to kill the Protestants and "liberal" Roman Catholics. Both factions worked together. After the war, the SS went into both the CIA and KGB, uniting both intelligence agencies at the top via the Knights of Malta.
I suspect there were quite a bit of anti-Protestant pogroms occurring via Stalin.I cover this in Vatican Assassins III. He mass-murdered the Mennonites, Lutherans and Baptists.Remember that the Jesuits used Josef Stalin, trained by Jesuits within the Orthodox Seminary in Tiflis, Georgia, to continue to murder Protestant Lutherans of East Germany during the ensuing "Cold War." Many were cruelly deported to Siberia to be worked to death by such KGB Jesuit priests as Walter Ciszek, a feigned "prisoner" in the USSR until his "release" in 1963 via JFK.
The Order's Hitler/Stalin massacre of Protestant Prussia is a forbidden topic but covered somewhat in Vatican Assassinations III.Brother Eric
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