During World War II within the Polish Borders of 1945. 223 Salmonowicz 1994,. . Dear, majority of scholars believe that "In the Soviet occupation zone, conditions were only marginally less harsh than under the Germans." 2 In September 1939, many Polish Jews had fled east; after some months of living under. PornoXO 08:01 6 vuotta sitten. 105 The second largest center for Polish underground publishing was Kraków. 20 As the high-ranking Nazi official Erich Koch explained, "We must do everything possible so that when a Pole meets a Ukrainian, he will be willing to kill the Ukrainian and conversely, the Ukrainian will be willing to kill the. The index of banned authors included such Polish authors as Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, Stanisław Wyspiański, Bolesław Prus, Stefan Żeromski, Józef Ignacy Kraszewski, Władysław Reymont, Stanisław Wyspiański, Julian Tuwim, Kornel Makuszyński, Leopold Staff, Eliza Orzeszkowa and Maria Konopnicka. 11, isbn Raack, Richard (1995 Stalin's Drive to the West, Stanford University Press,. . 22 48 In 1940, several German-controlled printing houses began operating in occupied Poland, publishing items such as Polish-German dictionaries and antisemitic and anticommunist novels. 34 35 In some parts of occupied Poland, Poles were restricted, or even forbidden, from attending religious services. 201202 a b Madajczyk 1970,. . Classes were held in Belorussian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian, with a new pro-Soviet curriculum. Arkady Fiedler, based in Britain with the Polish Armed Forces in the West wrote about the 303 Polish Fighter Squadron. 9 83 84 More than 90,000 secondary-school pupils attended underground classes held by nearly 6,000 teachers between 19 in four districts of the General Government (centered on the cities of Warsaw, Kraków, Radom and Lublin ).