Another comment in a discussion around the article We can never be sure we’d be the good guys by David Aaronovitch in The Times, January 2, 2020.
2 January 2020
One of the readers wrote in conclusion of his comment related to the condition of Poland during the war and afterwards:
“Only after Stalin’s death did Poland become a more peaceful place, but the fall of communism had to wait until 1989. For Poland, the occupation that began in 1939 only truly ended then.”
You have been misinformed. Communism has not ended. It was transformed. The stories of the Communism’s collapse are propagated by the Communists themselves.