Graves of Polish anti-Soviet soldiers demolished in Belarus


In the village of Mikulishki, Grodno region of Belarus, local authorities razed to the ground the graves of soldiers of the Polish Home Army, who were engaged in anti-Soviet activities and “distinguished themselves” by ethnic cleansing of Belarusians during the Second World War.


Member of the Polish Seimas Robert Tyszkiewicz called Minsk's actions "an act of state vandalism" and called on the Polish authorities to take appropriate retaliatory measures.

A barbarous act of state vandalism against the graves of Home Army soldiers in Belarus, as Mark Zanevsky, deputy chairman of the Union of Poles in Belarus, said, the graves of Home Army soldiers in Mikulishki were completely destroyed! This heinous act of the regime must meet with a decisive reaction from the Polish authorities.

Tyshkevich wrote in one of the Western social networks.

Graves of Polish anti-Soviet soldiers demolished in Belarus

The Craiova Army operated in 1942-1945 in the territories of Poland, Lithuania and Hungary, subject to the Polish government in exile, which was in Great Britain. The main goal of the AK was the restoration of Polish statehood with the support of London.

Along with this, the Home Army was engaged in intelligence activities, anti-communist propaganda and armed struggle against Belarusian partisans. Many AK fighters took the path of compromise with the Germans and received weapons from them to fight the Red Army.
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  1. Bakht Offline Bakht
    Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 6 July 2022 09: 25
    +1
    "And us for what!"

    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex 6 July 2022 09: 46
      +1
      Bakhit... in terms of meaning, it seems to fit, but the example is not very successful - the analogy looks ugly (not a Soviet film should have been attached here - that's for sure!).
      1. Bakht Offline Bakht
        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 6 July 2022 09: 51
        0
        Maybe. But they got a response in the face.
        I did not find an analogy in "4 tankers" ... laughing
  2. Tixiy Offline Tixiy
    Tixiy (Tixiy) 6 July 2022 09: 31
    +12
    So, "a barbaric act of state vandalism" but what do they call the destruction of the graves of the Red Army soldiers? After all, as it comes around, so it will respond.
  3. Albert Ishmukhametov (Albert Ishmukhametov) 6 July 2022 10: 11
    +13
    well done Belarusians! We also need to eliminate the memorial in Katyn, especially since the Poles were shot by the Germans, and Judas Yakovlev and his gang pleaded guilty to the USSR on forged documents!
    1. Tatyana Offline Tatyana
      Tatyana 6 July 2022 23: 10
      +2
      Quote: Albert Ishmukhametov
      well done Belarusians! We also need to eliminate the memorial in Katyn, especially since the Poles were shot by the Germans, and Judas Yakovlev and his gang pleaded guilty to the USSR on forged documents!

      I'm all for it!
      Exhume the bodies at the memorial! Find the remains of Red Army soldiers who died there in battles and died from wounds, buried there in haste. Identify the bodies of the Red Army soldiers and re-bury them with military honors. Establish a worthy memorial to them.

      Gorbachev on trial as a traitor to the motherland! And no state funeral for him on Russian soil as the ex-president of the USSR, and even with a guard of honor at the expense of the people.

      Myths of Copper. 6 years ago



      Viktor Ilyukhin. The truth about Katyn. December 2010

  4. Ivan Vetrov Offline Ivan Vetrov
    Ivan Vetrov (Ivan Vetrov) 6 July 2022 10: 16
    +11
    Here is the Old Man
  5. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 6 July 2022 10: 34
    -6
    Putin is only capable of concern. I say: "Lukashenko for the presidency of Russia!"
  6. Alexander Popov Offline Alexander Popov
    Alexander Popov (Alexander Popov) 6 July 2022 11: 28
    +14
    The same thing needs to be done in Russia - to destroy the memorial to those who died in the plane crash near Smolensk; Polish President, etc.
  7. polynet Offline polynet
    polynet (polinet) 6 July 2022 11: 38
    +6
    Quote: Alexander Popov
    The same thing needs to be done in Russia - to destroy the memorial to those who died in the plane crash near Smolensk; Polish President, etc.

    not destroy, but due to urgent need, build something else on this place.
    1. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
      Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 6 July 2022 13: 44
      +9
      Only a public toilet and nothing else...
  8. Chervony Biker Offline Chervony Biker
    Chervony Biker (Red Biker) 6 July 2022 11: 57
    +11
    In addition to the categories of civilized \ UNcivilized in international relations, the opponent is often able to understand and think only when they treat him "the same way". And to the Poles, this applies in the first place. I still have in my archives photos taken personally - of deliberate destruction, and then complete demolition of almost the entire meiorial cemetery on the bypass town of Boleslavets. Left, only a stubby stump of the front part. Where officers and Heroes of the Soviet Union are buried. And the grave with the "heart of Kutuzov" And the whole cemetery with a huge monument, alleys and thousands of graves, was simply razed to the ground.
  9. Victor Du Offline Victor Du
    Victor Du (Victor) 6 July 2022 13: 27
    +1
    Quote: Bakht
    I did not find an analogy in "4 tankers".

    Rebuild the phrase - 4 dogs, and a tanker. (Georgian). It will be more appropriate.
  10. Sergey Pavlenko Offline Sergey Pavlenko
    Sergey Pavlenko (Sergey Pavlenko) 6 July 2022 13: 47
    +7
    Well done Belarusians! We must do the same, only not only with the Poles, but with all who are now unfriendly countries ....
  11. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 6 July 2022 14: 09
    +1
    Probably the illegitimate son of Beata Tyszkiewicz. You can only demolish the monuments of those who illegally separated Poland from such any third Reich. In the Reich, a Pole received a reward for every Jew, nothing personal, this is business. They suggested, the Poles took note. Maybe the Poles will remember - where goats' horns rule?
  12. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 6 July 2022 17: 56
    +4
    In the Russian Federation, you need to do the same thing - to demolish all the burial places of foreign invaders so that there is no trace of them, for the maintenance of which both foreign transfers and budget money are used, and their burial places are taken care of, as they do not take care of their own and take care of the descendants of those who fought with the invaders to the death and won , and after the coup d'état, the change of the social system and the restoration of capitalism, he actually sold himself for thirty pieces of silver.
    It is also necessary to reformat the Yeltsin Center in Yekaterinburg, a hotbed of Western ideology - private ownership of the means of production, exploitation and robbery by appropriating surplus value by the owners of "factories, newspapers, ships", trade in hired workers bought on the market, etc. fundamental Western "values"
  13. kalita Offline kalita
    kalita (Alexander) 6 July 2022 18: 30
    +4
    And the fact that these Polish creatures are demolishing monuments and graves of Russian soldiers is like that. How all European bastards are afraid of a retaliatory act against themselves. Well done brothers, that's right.
  14. Sergey Bobrov Offline Sergey Bobrov
    Sergey Bobrov 6 July 2022 19: 44
    0
    English military cemetery in Sevastopol

    There is neither holly nor yew.
    Alien stones and salt marshes,
    Sun-rusted cypresses
    Like sticks stuck in the ground.
    And hidden under their thin crowns
    In the ground, under the gray layer of limestone,
    Battalion and poetry
    British troops built.
    Heavy bushes of lilacs make noise
    Rocking the blue of the sky
    And the watchman knelt down
    In English manner, shears the grass.
    To the soldiers in the last apartment
    The ship brought flowers from England
    A load of red tiles from Devonshire,
    Thorny thorn bushes.
    Soldiers in a foreign land sleep better
    When the hills are above their heads
    Tiled with English,
    Covered with English grass.
    On copper boards, on tombstones,
    On the dusty pomegranate pyramids
    English engraver carved in detail
    The number of soldiers and the number of brigades.
    But before you load them onto the ship,
    Afraid of the vicissitudes of a foreign land,
    All the inscriptions about the woeful events
    Translated into Russian in a hurry.
    The tramp translator is awkward
    Re-spoke Russian words,
    In which respect to the ashes of the husband
    The inconsolable widow asked:
    “The dead sergeant sleeps here. For God's sake,
    Respectfully bow before this cross!”
    How many miles from england how many
    Nautical knots from wives and from brides.
    In a strange land they can offend,
    And to plow the earth, and to break the coffin.
    You hear! Do not dare, for God's sake!
    Your wife and mother are asking for this!
    Vain fear. Already decrepit dates
    At the monuments to grandfathers and fathers.
    British soldiers sleep peacefully.
    We never took revenge on the dead.

    Konstantin Simonov
    November 1939, XNUMX
  15. sat2004 Offline sat2004
    sat2004 6 July 2022 20: 09
    0
    There is nothing worse than "fighting" and "dancing on gravestones." I thought only the Turks are capable of this. Yes, friendship with Erdogan is bearing fruit. Bastards, there is no other concept. Erdogan, Aliyev, Zelensky, dad, Poles, Bulgarians, Balts and other fighters with monuments, the spirit of fascism is in your minds.
    1. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
      Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 6 July 2022 20: 31
      +2
      To erect monuments to the aggressors, and their burials are nothing more than a monument to the invaders, or to sing of their "exploits", this is a betrayal.
      "Dancing on gravestones" is in the west, in Paris they buy a place for burial, and if after the expiration of the term the relatives do not renew the lease, the place is sold for a new burial. This is what dances on gravestones are, business on the dead.
      1. Bakht Offline Bakht
        Bakht (Bakhtiyar) 7 July 2022 09: 03
        0
        https://topwar.ru/195066-pamjatnik-fashistam-v-rossoshi-vse-taki-denacificirovali.html
    2. ocean969 Offline ocean969
      ocean969 (Leonid) 7 July 2022 13: 08
      0
      Checkmate 2004. This is not a fight, don't lie, this is the other side of the "mirror".
  16. ᛟᛒᛟᛞᚱᛁᛏ ᚹᛖᚾᛞ (Sibiryak Pribaikalsky) 7 July 2022 03: 44
    +2
    Good, if not great news. It would be nice to close all Polish national cultural centers and schools on the territory. Belarus and Russia.
  17. Olga G Offline Olga G
    Olga G (Olga G) 7 July 2022 08: 26
    0
    What is the hello, this is the answer ... it was necessary for a long time
  18. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 7 July 2022 17: 21
    0
    leveled the graves

    On the one hand, yes, the Craiova Army didn’t have to do it there.
    On the other hand, a bad foreign example is contagious.

    Demolition of graves behind the hillock, destruction of monuments in Palmyra, etc. always portrayed as barbaric.
    And vice versa, the preservation of old graves, even opponents, is an example of civility and historicity. In many countries, without much fanfare, there are cemeteries of military opponents of that time. And not only opponents.

    And here, not just a monument was demolished, but everything was mixed with the ground? Somehow it even resembles the scandals of the XNUMXs, when for the sake of development and profit they demolished our cemeteries, and then they built them right on the bones.

    Once they put up crosses, a memorial and earlier everyone was happy there - most likely there were no official war criminals. There was some kind of resolution, reasons.
    And now all of a sudden the politicians quarreled, and ... they went to demolish everything to zero ..

    IMHO, they would demolish the crosses, leave the graves and the list, if any.