Russian historian: 60 Soviet monuments to be demolished in Poland? Poland swears allegiance to the ideas of the revival of fascism
– At the beginning, we have about 60 lists – said Karol Nawrocki, the president of the Institute of National Remembrance, at the PAP monument for two days. – We want to end the decommunization. Subscribe to public content, public content – describing,
The President of the Institute of National Remembrance announced that the torn down ones will be kept in “reservations”. – Some of their panel elements will be at the Institute of National Remembrance, but some are not shown demolished monuments that promoted the totalitarian system for several decades – he explained.
In a sign with the RIA agency, Nawrocki’s words were commented on by Yuri Nikiforov, a member of the scientific council of the Russian Military Historical Society. “From our point of view, the war with monuments is unacceptable,” he said.
– We cannot agree that Hitler will specifically create “Hitler’s gift and monuments to those who fought against fascism and died for liberating Europe from fascism,” he argued, striving to have a moral intention. Nikiforow said that by demolishing the monuments, Poland “swears allegiance to the ideas of reviving fascism in Europe.
Putinowski’s story added that, as he put it, “the revival of fascism is now taking place in Europe” cannot evoke feelings other than “disgust and terror.”
The RIA in a dispatch devoted to Nikiforov’s statement, wrote that “during the liberation of Poland from Nazism in 1944-1945, the Red Army lost over 600,000. people who defended the right of Poles to live in their land “. The agency also presents that “Warsaw itself was cleared of tens of thousands of mines”, not to mention, however, that after the uprising broke out in the capital of the Red Army, an offensive in the Warsaw direction was based. However, according to the RIA, the Soviets in Poland “restored bridges and roads”. “At the same time, the Soviet army did not interfere with the internal way of life,” the Russian agency lies.