communist-execution: NKVD executing Polish offices in Katyn Forest. In 1940, NKVD murdered 35,000 Polish officers at this site. Russians conviently blamed atrocity on Germans, even executing some high ranking officers after the War. NKVD Major General Vasily Blohkin seen in photo, personally shot 15,000 of these officers!

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“It’s also our pain.” A fragment from the Katyn memorial near Smolensk. The mass murder of Polish citizens was carried out here in the spring of 1940 by the NKVD secret police of the USSR.

” A fragment from the Katyn memorial near Smolensk. The mass murder of Polish citizens was carried out here in the spring of 1940 by the NKVD secret police of the USSR.

KATYN - zbrodnia ludobojstwa

Katyń rytualna rzeź żydobolszewicka na Polakach

MEDNOYE, Russia. During World War II Mednoye was a centre of heavy tank fighting (October 1941) which formed part of the Battle of Moscow. It also became known as a NKVD mass execution site. Between April 3 and April 19, 1940, 6,311 Polish officers from the Ostashkov POW camp were brought to the area of Mednoye and subsequently shot to death behind the village of Yamka during the Katyn massacre. In 1937, 6000 of  Polish soldiers were shot here as well.

MEDNOYE, Russia. During World War II Mednoye was a centre of heavy tank fighting (October 1941) which formed part of the Battle of Moscow. It also became known as a NKVD mass execution site. Between April 3 and April 19, 1940, 6,311 Polish officers from the Ostashkov POW camp were brought to the area of Mednoye and subsequently shot to death behind the village of Yamka during the Katyn massacre. In 1937, 6000 of Polish soldiers were shot here as well.

Katyn Forest Memorial

Katyn Forest Memorial


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