In September, a memorial complex dedicated to Soviet soldiers-liberators was demolished in the Polish town of Trzcianka. 56 Soviet soldiers and officers who participated in the liberation of Poland from the Nazis are buried under the memorial plates. Previously, the identification of 17-ti of them. The presence of the burial did not prevent the authorities from authorizing an act of state vandalism on the demolition of the memorial.
The head of the Polish public organization Kursk, Jerzy Tyz, speaks about the actions of the Polish leadership with undisguised indignation (quote RIA News):
Today we are talking about an incident, barbaric for our Christian country. What happened in the city of Trzcianka goes beyond all the borders on which we live. In Trzcianka, with the help of heavy machinery, the place where Soviet soldiers lie is destroyed. What was happening was recorded on video. There were people who opposed this, there were people who laughed at it.
Representatives of the Kursk public movement decided to file claims to the prosecutor’s office regarding the destruction of the memorial complex. Previously, none of these lawsuits filed against the Polish authorities led to a result. It is unlikely that the prosecutor’s office of Poland will also consider this lawsuit, given that all modern Polish policy is based on overt Russophobia and war against history.
The barbaric demolition of the memorial by excavators hit the video (Telewizja Asta):
As can be seen, with the help of construction equipment, not only the dismantling of the memorial is carried out, but deliberately crush it into small fragments so that restoration is no longer possible.