Poland, Festung Breslau, Car Trunk: In the rear with the gear, tip: Never Forget Poland
In general Poles never stole cars. It was organised commie block wide mafia to do that... Most cars were quickly transported to moscow, else sold for parts around whole europe... Cars in Poland were also stolen in big amounts. Now when there are electronic ways of tracking, querying stolen cars buisnes is very limited...
Yeah know that poles do not steal cars for their own fun But it is interessting to see how it goes on with "the poles stole our cars!". It's so stupid -.-' I asked because my girlfriend is polish (live here in germany)
Something bad happens to the Germans. They are our neighbours, so they should know Poles + vehicles = problems. They could have entrusted any Poles with guarding their base, VIPs, but not vehicles
I bet this one will have a missed wheel soon
not only wheels i think cdplayer/radio also
@McLane, Germans are ritchest turists worldwide, and they don't spend their money in Germany but abroad so i know that German gov. made quite big blackPR campign about "where to go on holidays? to poland your car is already there" and about other countries just to ensure more germans will stay inside and spend money in country, Poles stil cars as much as Germans, Russians or any other nation, in fact i knew one german that was making money on fake car thefts. He gave car, carkeys and papers to some pole, this pole was transporting car from germany to kaliningrad, where car was sold without papers and keys then he was sending keys and papers back to germany and car owner could go to polizei "my car was stolen, i don't know when because i was on vacations..." and claim insurance money
Our soldiers in Congo say, that spaniards who had to built camp didn't do their job. Our soldiers had to live in tents and eat french "battle food" (I don't know correct word - K ration?). There was big article about this situation in our newspaper. Polish commander told, that if we had known that spaniards weren't able to build camp, we would take our equipment from Poland and build better camp alone.
US Agency for Reality Interpretation. No! Thats not a white elephant you see, move along!
Sweet! General Abizaid wears the pre-1986 Ranger Battalion scroll! (on upper right shoulder) You don't see these anymore nowadays! He would have been authorized that from Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada, 1983!