It may sound funny, but ... me too. For a long time the subject of Bolshevik war was a tabu in Poland. A little bit of information was within school curriculum. At that time one can learn about real history of Poland from parents, and older members of close family.
It took a quite some time before the story have been brought to the general public.
I remember reading a book of Norman Davies "White Eagle, Red Star. The Polish-Soviet War 1919-1920 and the miracle on the Vistula" published in London, 1972. Author described how he promoted his book while giving a lecture on Labor Unions History in England for Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw. The original lecture supposed to be on the Polish-Bolshevik war, however it has to be changed due to special visitors ... few delegats from Moscow.
Norman performed his speach while hist book, he placed near forst row of listeners, was taken from hand to hand and at the end of his "interesting lecure" every one had a very good idea what the whole thing was about. At that time the book not accessible for a general public in Poland. Only underground copies were distributed.
It took a long time , almost 25 years to oficialy publish this book in Poland.
An interesting reading if you have an urge to know history.