Written by Jagoda Urban-Klaehn Monday, 30 August 2004 17:00
I just finished reading the book entitled The Xenophobe's Guide to the Russians, by Vladimir Zhelvis. This book is really exciting, funny but informative and inspires the reflection.
As a matter of fact Poles and Russians like each other as people more than their political history would suggest. Poles and Russians share common traditions and a similar fate especially for the last forty years after World War II since they were living under the same communistic Soviet system. Of course, Poles would blame always Russians for imposing the totalitarian system.