The American-Polish military relations of WWII era are very interesting but -- unfortunately -- too many times composed of understatements, half-truths, quarter-truths or conflicts between Normandy vets as in the case of the US 90th ID and Polish 1st AD. Sad but true.
• Anybody in the USA researched why such a fighter ace as Witold Urbanowicz (PAF) fought in the USAAFꞌs Flying Tigers?
• Anybody in the USA researched why such a fighter ace as Bolesław Gładych (PAF) fought in the USAAFꞌs 61st FS not being the US citizen, not being the USAAF member, not being delegated to the USAAF by the Polish military authorities? This would be an ideal story for good movie including Gładychꞌs postwar adventures and his life when he had the US citizenship.
• Anybody in the USA researched Brig. Gen. Sosabowskiꞌs relations with the USAAF I TCC?
• Anybody in the USA researched common training of the US 101st Abn pathfinders and above mentioned Polish 1st IPB pathfinders?
• Warnham Court -- anybody in the USA researched very close cooperation between two elite units, the US OSS and Polish SKG?
• Operation Bardsea (and the other Jedburgh threads) -- anybody in the USA researched the American-Polish cooperation?
• SAARF -- anybody in the USA researched American-Polish cooperation?
• Normandy -- anybody in the USA researched why vets of the Polish 1st Armoured Division do not like Cpt. Laughlin E. Waters, a vet of the US 90th ID?
Etc., etc., etc. Long to talk. Two friendly nations and states but knowledge about it not impressive.
Giant subject of underresearched or never researched American-Polish relations and cooperation during WWII.