The word "almost" was required.
The American settlers fought wars and drove the native Americans off their land onto reservations. But they were no more exterminated than were the Tatars.
If you were not indoctrinated into a specific school of thought, you would not have asked that ignorant question.
Maybe you mean if I was indoctrinated into a specific school of thought, in particular the Soviet Union era? And perhaps modern Russia, too? I don't know what they teach in their history books, but it wouldn't surprise me if it was one-sided.
You screwed up your link, but it seems you were trying to point here. Note it does not support the view that Poland was trying to conquer Russia. It explicitly says it wasn't:
"On the other hand, Poland had no intention of joining the Western intervention in the Russian Civil War or of conquering Russia itself."
In the least favorable view of Poland, it was trying to do a land grab alongside its borders. In the most favorable view, they were trying to secure their country from an imperialistic Russia that was going to invade them anyways when the opportunity arose. It's all in the Wikipedia article.