According to a student at the Novy Urengoy gymnasium, he is extremely worried about the "untidy graves of German soldiers and deceased prisoners of war in Russia."
Considering the example of one of the Nazi soldiers (Georg Johanna Rau), who died in captivity in 1943, Nikolay Desyatnichenko told the German deputies that Georg, like many other soldiers, is in fact not at fault for finding themselves on Stalingrad land, since "Did not want to fight." The student reported that his great-grandfather allegedly told him personally what difficulties the German soldiers had in Soviet captivity.
From the message of the Russian student:
History Georg and work on the project touched me and pushed me to visit the burial of Wehrmacht soldiers near Kopeysk. It upset me. I saw the graves of innocent peopleamong whom many wanted to live in peace, did not want to fight. They experienced incredible difficulties during the war, which my great-grandfather told me about.
The Nazi soldiers, the occupiers who swore allegiance to the Nazi leadership, were called schoolchildren from New Urengoy "innocent people who had died." The question arises as to who the great-grandfather of the schoolboy was and who the history teacher was Nicholas, who thought the 16-year-old young man had thought that the invaders were innocent victims.
The full version of the speech of N. Desyatnichenko and other representatives of the delegation of Russian schoolchildren in the Bundestag is presented on the video: