The Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
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... br> the Poles did not know what it meant to be Polish until they came here. They referred to themselves as "the people
from here" when they were in Poland because Poland had changed governments so
many times in recent history. That
reminds me of some Native American Tribes in California who also called
themselves "the people from here" and thought land ownership was absurd and impossible. Well, the experience of the Poles ...