"The Oath" - famous poem from one of the bravest nations in Christendom

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On the anniversary of the heroic Polish Home Army Uprising in Warsaw, here is a very powerful patriotic Polish song that almost became the National Anthem of Poland. "The Oath".....

We won't forsake the land we came from,
We won't let our speech be buried.
We are the Polish nation, the Polish people,
From the royal line of <a title="Piast dynasty" href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piast_dynasty">Piast</a>.
We won't let the enemy oppress us.

So help us God!
So help us God!

To the last blood drop in our veins
We will defend our Spirit
Till into dust and ash shall fall,
The Teutonic Order's windstorm.
Every doorsill shall be a fortress.

So help us God!
So help us God!

The German won't spit in our face,
Nor Germanise our children,
Our host will arise in arms,
Spirit will lead the way.
We will go when the golden horn sounds.

So help us God!
So help us God!

We won't have Poland's name defamed,
We won't step alive into a grave.
In Poland's name, in its honor
We lift our foreheads proudly,
The grandson will regain his forefathers' land

So help us God!
So help us God!

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