, and it was forbidden to perform certain religious songsor to read passages of the Bible in public. 7 In 1941, German policy evolved further, calling for the complete destruction of the Polish people, whom the Nazis regarded as "subhumans" ( Untermenschen ). Alexandre Baril, «Transsexualité et privilèges masculins : fiction ou réalité? 10 Numerous musical performances were permitted in cafes and churches, 10 and the Polish underground chose to boycott only the propagandist operas. 189 a b Salmonowicz 1994,. . London Branch of the Polish Home Army Ex-Servicemen Association. Polish teachers were dismissed, and some were invited to attend "orientation" meetings with the new administration, where they were either summarily arrested or executed on the spot.