POLAND: You Cannot Shoot Us All

In the name of the Polish female youth I take this oath, oh God! . . . We shall move the world, the hearts of nations, of politicians and statesmen even. For this aim we shall offer what we hold dear: womanish traits of goodness and mildness. We shall become soldiers who fight, who pour blood, who kill. God . . . look into our hearts and Thou willst find love, enthusiasm, readiness for sacrifice. . . . Poland, freed from the swastika, has been captured by the hammer and sickle. Dachau and...

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