>>According to some sources, I recently read, the first victories of the American 94 Aerosquadron were indeed Poles impressed into the German Air Force wanting to escape to the Allies.<<
German pilots were volunteers therefore I donīt think anybody forced poles to serve as pilots in the GAF. Why should the German Army trust polish pilots "impressed" into the Air Force - the risk of deserting was simply too high (at least in the west - the east was possibly different). But *a pole who was intending to use his service in the German Air Force for training himself in flying and "going on leave" to fight for an independent Poland - that makes more sense to me. So the Polish pilot was either planning the escape since a long time or "turned the need into a virtue" as the Germans say.