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A jew thinks first of wife and child; a Pole thinks first of a horse or dog.
Yiddish saying

Love without jealousy is like a Pole without lice.
French saying

The Alps divide us from the Italians, From the French the river separates us, The sea is between us and the English, But only hate keeps us and the Poles apart.
German rhyme

Where the women are stronger than the men.
Russian saying

The Pole is a thief.
German saying

Why does the devil take the Poles? Because they are glad to go along.
Russian saying

The Pole has a large mouth, but there is nothing behind it.
German saying

Where there are three Poles there will be five opinions.
German saying

What an Englishman invents, a Frenchman designs, or a German patches together, a stupid Pole will buy and a Russian take from him.
Polish saying

Poles and Czechs are like two close leaves, but when joined by the Hungarian they make three fine thieves.
German saying

Do not trust a Hungarian unless he has a third eye in his forehead.
Czech saying

Where there is a Slav, there is song; where there is a Hungarian, there is rage.
Slovakian saying

Sins are born in Hungary.
Czech saying

As base as a Hungarian.
Polish saying

There are few virtues which the Poles do not possess and there are few errors they have ever avoided.
Winston Churchill, British prime minister and statesman

Love without jealousy is like a Pole without lice.
French saying

The Alps divide us from the Italians From the French, the rivers separate us The sea is between us and the English But only hate keeps us and the Poles apart.
German 18th-century rhyme

Things are run no better than in Poland.
German saying

He moans like a Polack.
German saying

The Pole is a thief; the Prussian, a traitor; the Bohemian a heretic; and the Swabian, a chatterbox.
German saying

The duck must be a Polish animal, because it always goes tak, tak, tak.
German saying

The Pole has a large mouth, but there is nothing behind it.
German saying

They are fighting over the Polish crown.
German saying

Two privates and four captains [in a Polish company].
German saying

Poland: The heaven of the nobility; paradise of the Jews, purgatory of the common man, and hell of the peasant; the gold-mine of foreigners, and the source of feminine luxury. Rich in wool, it is yet without cloth, grows flax in overabundance, and yet imports linen from abroad, favours all foreign goods and belittles its domestic products, boasts of its costly purchases and despises everything that is cheap.
Italian saying

What an Englishman cares to invent, a Frenchman to design, or a German to patch together, the stupid Pole will buy and the Russian will deprive him of it.
Polish saying

Poland has a ministry with four withouts: A minister of education without schools, a cultus minister without churches, a minister of justice without justice, and a minister of the treasury without finances.
Polish saying

We are not in Poland where the women are stronger than the men. Russian saying

A single Russian hair outweighs half a Pole.
Russian saying

When God made the world, He gave the Poles some reason and the feet of a gnat, but even this little was taken away by a woman.
Russian saying

Why does the devil take the Polacks? Because they are glad to go along.
Ruthenian saying

The Pole is there to oppress, and the peasant to endure.
Ukrainian saying

A Jew thinks of wife and child; the Polish squire, of horse and dog.
Yiddish saying

 


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