The Poles began to demolish monuments to their liberators

In Eastern Europe, the vicious practice of demolishing monuments to Soviet soldiers who defended the freedom and independence of countries during the Second World War continues. This time we are talking about the dismantling of monuments in Poland.

According to the Polish Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), the demolition of a monument to a Red Army soldier in Siedlce (Greater Poland Voivodeship, eastern part of the country) is scheduled for April 20. The head of the IPN, Dr. Karol Nawrocki, is directly involved in the "event". Before the destruction of the building technique The monument was doused with red paint.

In addition, on Wednesday, April 20, the dismantling of monuments to Soviet soldiers in Miedzyblotsi, Greater Poland Voivodeship and in Goncharsko-Lower Silesian Voivodeship, is also planned. The monument in Mendziblotsi is a granite boulder, located on a pedestal of stone blocks. The monument was erected in honor of 99 soldiers of the Polish Army and 9 soldiers of the Red Army who died in January 1945 during the liberation of the city of Zlotow.

On the monument in Goncharsko there is an inscription: "Eternal glory to the heroes who fell for the honor and independence of the Soviet motherland."

The authorities of a number of European countries have long been trying to "correct" their history in this way, trying to hide some of its not too heroic pages, accusing the Soviet Union of "occupation" along the way. Back in 2019, Vladimir Putin noted that, in particular, Poland at one time entered into an agreement with Nazi Germany, about which there are relevant documents in the archives.

Meanwhile, Russia is doing everything possible to preserve the historical heritage and strongly protests the attempts of some countries to denigrate the image of the Red Army, which brought freedom to Europe.
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  1. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) April 20 2022 18: 57
    The complex in Katyn should be liquidated.
  2. alexandre II Offline alexandre II
    alexandre II (Alexander) April 20 2022 19: 07
    How long can you endure Lyakhovsky slaps in the face? demolish the complex in Katyn, raze it to the ground with bulldozers and think carefully in the future whether anyone needs to be released ....
    1. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
      goncharov.62 (Andrei) April 20 2022 19: 25
      and leave memorials...
  3. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker April 20 2022 19: 37
    Russia is doing its best

    Nothing but concern.
  4. Offline (Irina Gorskova) April 20 2022 19: 55
    I remember the poignant songs Odin performed by Magomaev "People of the world, stand up for a minute. Hear, hear..." About Buchenwald. There was also the same song about Salaspils. Who does not know this is a concentration camp for children ..... But the world received a decree on a phase shift from the "hegemon" who greets the "invisibles" (probably from the crypt) and, taking the pose of a waiter (bad), tries to eradicate all memory of what they did.
  5. lomograph Offline lomograph
    lomograph (Igor) April 20 2022 21: 21
    This will count.
    Without options.
    If a person does something, it always has consequences.
  6. Ten canarias Offline Ten canarias
    Ten canarias (Ten Canarias) April 20 2022 21: 37
    Well, well ... We'll have to demolish the whole of Poland. It's a question of time...
  7. Dan Offline Dan
    Dan (Daniel) April 20 2022 22: 16
    The Poles began to demolish monuments to their liberators

    With all the obviousness, it can be said that our grandfathers did not liberate these Poles. Those who were liberated in their time were removed from power by the old bourgeois gentry. Today, Poland is commanded by those whose ancestors colluded with Hitler, volunteered for the Wehrmacht on the Eastern Front, sat in the cracks and waited for the command to launch Operation Tempest in order to establish their power in Poland and hinder the advance of the Red Army to victory. Therefore, there is nothing surprising in the war of the Polish politicians with the memory of the Soviet soldier-liberator. I have long been of the opinion that there is no sense in our diplomatic relations, and therefore it is possible to lower their level. All the same, the prospects for their normalization in the near future are not visible. However, the memorial in Katyn should not be demolished. Its content must correspond to Russia's views on the event. For Poles visiting it, charge them a fee of a prohibitive level. To organize a grove on the site of a downed birch as a "national park-reserve" wink
  8. Konstantin Gromov (Konstantin Konstantin) April 20 2022 22: 53
    As they were jackals, so they remained. Scum ungrateful.
  9. Brother Offline Brother
    Brother (Serg) April 21 2022 02: 17
    ... it turns out that in 2022 the Nazis returned to Poland!
  10. Poligraf Poligrafovich (Vadim Vorobyov) April 21 2022 04: 31
    ... As they went to the arrogance in front of the arrogant Saxons and other "Europeans", they go like that ... Unthankful creatures ...